Definition of Coaeval
1. coeval [n -S] - See also: coeval
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Literary usage of Coaeval
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Revelation of Jesus Christ by John by Francis John Bodfield Hooper (1861)
"... not the liberty of judging for myself as to the general reference of the seven seals ; but I adopt the view which I find indicated in coaeval works. ..."
2. The History of Normandy and of Englandby Francis Palgrave by Francis Palgrave (1878)
"Tho stone towers of the churches in those regions are probably coaeval with the first establishment of Christianity. The churches themselves are, ..."
3. The Works of the Late Right Honourable Henry St. John, Lord Viscount Bolingbroke by Henry Saint-John Bolingbroke, Oliver Goldsmith (1809)
"... where he distinguishes between priority in the order of time, and priority in the order of nature, and makes the world coaeval with God, no otherwise ..."
4. The Ancient Cathedral of Cornwall Historically Surveyed by John Whitaker (1804)
"Whatever antiquity of an earlier nature it may challenge, certainly built as early as the conquest of Corn wall, certainly coaeval in existence with ..."