premedieval

adjective
pre·me·di·e·val | \ (ˌ)prē-ˌmē-ˈdē-vəl , -mi- , -ˌme- , -dē-ˈē-vəl \
variants: or pre-medieval

Definition of premedieval 

: occurring or existing in the time preceding the Middle Ages the premedieval era/period in pre-medieval times premedieval Europe

First Known Use of premedieval

1859, in the meaning defined above

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