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a mark or remnant that indicates the former presence of something

Synonyms for relic

an antiquity that has survived from the distant past

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The relic, which consists of bone fragments housed in a special reliquary, is currently being hosted by the Diocese of Pasig until tomorrow, February 27.
In the legal area of art auctions, one of the most important laws is the Interim Provisions on the Administration of Cultural Relic Auction (2003 Interim Provisions), which was initially enacted in 2003.
The author examines the Venetian history of relic location (most notably those of St.
According to the church's priest, Father Marios Kallenos, the relic and the icon -- which is believed to be miraculous -- arrived from the monastery of Dadiain Evros, Greece.
The relic was stolen from a temple at Saqqara Necropolis during the 1900s, and it was published in one of the international scientific periodicals," said Shaaban Abdel-Gawad, general supervisor of the Antiquities Repatriation Department at the ministry.
NYSE: NEWR) has announced that Ryanair, the Irish low-cost airline, has adopted the New Relic Digital Intelligence Platform, enabling the airline to improve web performance, customer experiences, and better understand their digital business, the company said.
Colombo, June 28 -- The most sacred Relics of Lord Buddha from Taxila Pakistan were taken back to Pakistan after conclusion of a month long exposition at various locations around the island nation.
Colombo -- The Sri Lankan President HE Maithripala Sirisena and Prime Minister Hon Ranil Wickramasinghe inaugurated the exposition of the most Sacred Relics of Lord Buddha brought from Pakistan, in an impressive ceremony at Temple Trees last evening, for public exposition.
She ends with Hardy's own bizarre dismemberment and burial and with thoughts on postmortem photography, explaining that World War I and various twentieth-century technologies eventually replaced relic culture.
In the strictest academic sense, a relic refers to the remains of a holy person, or some thing or object associated with that person," said S.
People in St Petersburg, where the statue of Ilissos is on display, were delighted to finally see close up a relic of ancient Greece but would have preferred Olivia Newton-John.
The Vatican also played a role in the relic fever by breaking its own rules to allow worldwide veneration of John Paul's relics as soon as he was beatified, rather than waiting until he became a saint.
Police retrieved the metal frame that held the relic but were unable to locate the cloth that is believed to be a part of the late Pope's robe worn by him on the day he was shot in an assassination attempt in St Peter's Square in 1981, News 24 reported.
This relic tour is taking place to mark the 750th anniversary of the discovery of St Anthony's "incorrupt tongue" by St Bonaventure.
The Maitreya Heart Shrine Relic Tour features hundreds of individual relics and sacred objects of Buddha Shakyamuni, his immediate students, and 40 other Buddhist masters from India, Tibet, Korea and China.