coetaneous


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coetaneous

(kō″ē-tā′nē-ŭs) [″ + aetas, age]
Having the same age or date.
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Benignus repeatedly links Brazil's natural riches not with the backward, uncivilized past, but with the past of antiquity and the roots of humanity: the Brazilian sky is "como o ceu mitologico dos antigos" (like the mythological sky of the ancients), the forests are composed of "arvores coevas dos primeiros seculos da criagao" (trees coetaneous to those of the first centuries of creation) (54, 51).