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Mission Statement

Without knowing another’s historical background, this may lead to thought-provoking images/questions, at times, of another person/s.  Yet, not being aware of one’s historical milieu, they may go through life ‘like a ship without a rudder’.  In order to enlighten most individuals of history’s broad spectrum of traditions, cultural and societal unity, that may be dormant at times, it is the intent of the Ancient Historical Society to demonstrate a quest to conserve, attain, sustain, and provide fellowship of all people and information for all people

Furthermore, this will be accomplished through diverse aspects that encompass art, language, religion, science, and spirituality.  Moreover, this will allow one to become more self-actualized, while learning about another individual’s historical locale.  In turn, one’s thought-process may improve from a sub-optimal level to the utmost optimal level of thinking.


Function: adjective
Etymology: Middle English, ancien from Anglo-French, from Vulgar Latin *anteanus from
ante before
Date: 14th century
1: relating to a remote period, to a time early in history, or to those living in such a period
or time; especially; of or relating to the historical period beginning with the earliest known
civilizations and extending to the fall of the western Roman Empire in A.D. 476.

Function: adjective
Date: 15th century
Etymology: Old. French. historie, from L. historia, "narrative, account, tale, story", from
Old English word was _eod-wita.
1: relating or having the character of history<historical data>b: used in the past and
reproduced in historical representations.

Function: noun
Inflected Form(s):
plural so-ci-e-ties
Etymology: Middle French societ
e, from Latin societat-, societas, from socius companion
Date: 1531
1: voluntary association of individuals for common ends; an organized group working
together or periodically meeting common, interest, beliefs, or profession.

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