Definition of Protohistoric

1. [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Protohistoric

protogrammar
protogrammars
protograph
protographs
protogyny
protohaemin
protohaemins
protohellenic
protoheme
protohemin
protohemins
protohippus
protohistorian
protohistorians
protohistoric (current term)
protohistorical
protohistories
protohistory
protohominid
protohominids
protohuman
protohumans
protolanguage
protolanguages
protolerogenic
protolith
protoliths
protologism
protologisms

Literary usage of Protohistoric

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1. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for by American Philosophical Society (1895)
"The protohistoric Ethnography of Western Asia. By Daniel G. Brinton, MD (Read before the American Philosophical Society. April 19,1805. ..."

2. Folk-memory by Walter Johnson (1908)
"CHAPTER IV FURTHER LINKS BETWEEN THE PREHISTORIC AND protohistoric AGES HOARY and lichened by age, grim and fretted by a thousand storms, ..."

3. Folk-memory: Or, The Continuity of British Archaeology by Walter Johnson (1908)
"... AND protohistoric AGES HOARY and lichened by age, grim and fretted by a thousand storms, our ancient megalithic monuments are still numerous, massive, ..."

4. The American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal by Stephen Denison Peet (1890)
"The Mound-builders we may regard as the people who lived during the prehistoric period; the Indians the people who lived during the protohistoric age; ..."

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