In the same sense we find also Δαναοί, a name which later is used only in archaistic poetry.
In sound and structure Mather's style is what the critics call "archaistic."
From some such p. 163feeling came the Pre-Raphaelite movement of our own day and the archaistic movement of later Greek sculpture.
Many of these archaistic works are in various museums of art.
The language is crabbed, uncertain, archaistic—in no point displaying the incisive brevity of Machiavelli's style.
Racial and other causes removed him from any real affinity to the archaistic moralatarianism of Mr. Holman Hunt.
A large number of archaistic works appeared, imitated after the antique, as has already been mentioned.
By the figure of Sappho is inscribed the beginning of her name, in letters of archaistic form.
From some such feeling came the Pre-Raphaelite movement of our own day and the archaistic movement of later Greek sculpture.
The style of this work, however, is conventional and archaistic, and we can scarcely regard it as typical of the master.
1640s, "retention of what is old and obsolete," from Modern Latin archaismus, from Greek arkhaismos, from arkhaizein "to copy the ancients" (in language, etc.); see archaic. Meaning "an archaic word or expression" is from c.1748.