"L'Antiquité est ma jeunesse" disait #Rodin
"Antiquity is My Youth" said Rodin
By JOHN F. BURNS
The $69.5 million for a 18th-century vase, found in a family home, is believed to be the highest ever paid at auction for a Chinese antiquity.
She studied the piano and singing intensively, becoming a licentiate of the London College of Music in 1974, and was awarded a fellowship 10 years later.
Jennifer never allowed the challenges of life to defeat her. Some years ago, she suffered from a painful bout of eczema and asthma. She undertook a regime of swimming and bicycling, as well as home cures, and detailed some of her ideas in Eczema and Food Allergy: The Hidden Cause? (1997).
David Kynaston writes: Four years ago, surveying the publisher's hype before reading Jennifer Worth's Call the Midwife – "appeals to the huge market for nostalgia ... misery memoir meets a fascinating slice of social history" – I confidently anticipated a dollop of self-indulgent, sentimental tosh. I could not have been more wrong.
- li • cen • ti • ate
- licentiates (複数形)
2 ((英))上級修士：修士号取得後, 1-2年大学院で学んだ者に与えられる；例えばPh.L.(Licentiate in Philosophy).3 （ヨーロッパの大学の）修士.
- ec • ze • ma
- éksəmə, égzə- | éksimə
ec・zem・a・tous〔izémts | eksém-〕[形]
- tɑ'ʃ | tɔ'ʃ
It's just a lot of tosh.
an·tiq·ui·ty (ăn-tĭk'wĭ-tē)n., pl., -ties.
- Ancient times, especially the times preceding the Middle Ages.
- The people, especially the writers and artisans, of ancient times: inventions unknown to antiquity.
- The quality of being old or ancient; considerable age: a carving of great antiquity.
- Something, such as an object or a relic, belonging to or dating from ancient times. Often used in the plural.
- Something that has survived the passage of time, especially an object or custom whose original culture has disappeared: "Corporal punishment was a relic of barbarism" (Cyril Connolly).
- Something cherished for its age or historic interest.
- An object kept for its association with the past; a memento.
- An object of religious veneration, especially a piece of the body or a personal item of a saint.
- or relics A corpse; remains.
[Middle English relik, object of religious veneration, from Old French relique, from Late Latin reliquiae, sacred relics, from Latin, remains, from reliquus, remaining, from relinquere, relīqu-, to leave behind. See relinquish.]
1 ((通例〜s))（歴史的な）遺物, 遺構, 遺跡
2 （過去の習慣などの）遺風, なごり.
3 ((通例〜s))残存物, 残骸(ざんがい)；((古風))遺骨, 遺体.
4 遺品, 形見, 記念物.
7 ＝relict 1.［古フランス語←ラテン語reliquiae殉教者の遺骸（re-あとに＋linquere残す＋-ae名詞語尾）. △RELINQUISH, LICENCE］