anti-historical

adjective
an·ti-his·tor·i·cal | \ˌan-tē-hi-ˈstȯr-i-kəl, -ˈstär-, ˌan-tī-\
variants: or less commonly antihistorical

Definition of anti-historical 

: opposed to or disagreeing with history : in opposition to the accepted historical record … his apocalyptic outlook makes his novel not merely ahistorical but in some sense antihistorical.— Jonathan Rosen

First Known Use of anti-historical

1716, in the meaning defined above

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