: If you know where to look in the movie, you can spot an anachronistic wrist watch on one of the Roman soldiers.
*: The impiety of the Ciceronian attitude was probably his major objection to the sect, yet the dialogue is mainly concerned with the more anachronistic and illogical aspects of attempting to write only as Cicero did.
*: What could be more anachronistic than imposing contemporary concern over fragmentation, i.e. diversity, of the present on the past so that no sources of patriarchal power or hierarchy can be held responsible for collective oppression in any time period?
*: Among them, even the most lucid of one-nation Tories had severe difficulties in seeing the anti-growth nature of some of the most anachronistic of traditional British institutions.
*: The liberalism issue that perplexed Catholics in the 1880s was by 1914 increasingly anachronistic, as political liberalism won resoundingly (in France), or lost resoundingly (in Austria), or became fragmented and divided (in Germany).
*: In their daily practices, journalists often perpetuated ageing and increasingly anachronistic ideologies, but they were rarely, in fact, dominated by them.