On an average, they date back 3000, perhaps 4000 or 5000 years!It was said to date back to a poem, "Courtship," by Moses Mullins, 1672.Usage: Dating back at least a thousand years, and taboo till around the middle of the 20th century, this venerable "Anglo-Saxon" word now seems unlikely to cause offence in all but the most formal contexts.
to the ancient historic eras of Misopotamia (Ancient Iraq), some of them dating back to the Somerian era and others to the Acadian, Babylonian, Firthian, Akhmenian, Sasanian or Islamic eras, whilst it comprises the world's most ancient archaeological hill, called "Al-Obali Hill", dating back to 6,000 BC.
to last year when his son was elected as SDSM council member in Skopje and when his wife became an active member of the association of women of SDSM but dates back to 1997 when SDSM appointed him first Ombudsman of the Republic of Macedonia.
The use of blisters is very ancient, and appears to date back long prior to the time of Hippocrates.
90% of the time, speakers of English use just 7,500 words in speech and writing.
It is said to date back thousands of years before Abraham and our Bible.
Our organization in England does not date back so far as yours.Some of these are very old,—dating back to the tenth century at least.That of Denmark is the oldest European standard, dating back to 1219.Dating back to 1608, it was left for Robert Browning to invest it with immortality.The fireplace is tiled in blue and white Delft, dating back to about 1750.A number of significant archeological findings were also discovered in the northern terrace of the temple including coins, a saddle and parts of Nabataean and Greek writings, in addition to some inscriptions and architectural decorations We are discovering whether we are old, very old or very, very old; A team of volunteer archaeologists is unearthing bodies in a Midland burial ground.