Translation of golden age in Spanish:

golden age

noun

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    Mythology
    the Golden Age la Edad de Oro
    • However, like all golden ages, the Danish one was something of an illusion, as the title of this book implies.
    • Arthur legends have an apocalyptic tone to them: once upon a time, there was a golden age, now lost.
    • The golden age was a constant springtime of pleasure, peace, and contentment.
    • But the good stuff survives and most of the lousy and mediocre stuff disappears, and people remember golden ages that never were.
    • But the evidence proves the Mesolithic was hardly a golden age of peace and universal goodwill between people.
    • The truth is that the golden age isn't exactly imaginary.
    • They hate the dynamism and boundless optimism of its people while they are static and look backward to an imagined golden age.
    • In the south there was often a hankering for a past golden age on the reserves, with a rich communal life, some farming and a blended culture.
    • But I'd like a report twenty years or so from now, when you may well look back on this time as a golden age.
    • Now, the golden age of Cordoba is evoked as a symbol of the harmony that might be possible in the future.
    • In order for society to advance, the theory went, it needed to go back to some golden age in the past.
    • It's a glimpse into the golden age of kings, a lost world of luxury, political scheming, extravagance and hedonism.
    • The citizens imagine an ideal golden age without the need for labour.
    • Critics could rightly charge that the report had waxed nostalgic about an imaginary golden age.
    • Of course Cracow was our medieval historical capital and it symbolised to us the golden age of Polish history.
    • Elsewhere, the empire is generally considered to have been enjoying a golden age of tranquillity and prosperity.
    • Are these events recorded to tantalise us with a past golden age in which we can have no part?
    • Most of the rest of the media seemed to join in, yearning for a lost golden age.
    • They looked back longingly to a mythical golden age in a medieval past.
    • It is an imperialist movement, yearning for an imagined golden age which it hopes to recreate.
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    (most flourishing period)
    época dorada feminine
    edad de oro feminine
    the Golden Age of Spanish literature el Siglo de Oro
    • Everyone accepts that the 1970s were a golden age for American cinema.
    • History has already anointed the 1970s as the last golden age of American cinema.
    • She is like a screen siren from the golden age of cinema - composed, elegant and glamorous.
    • The past thirty years have been a golden age for the study of cognitive development.
    • Research has shown that knowledge of this art had its golden age at some remote period in the past.
    • Comedy is supposedly enjoying a national golden age at the moment.
    • The 17th and 18th centuries saw a golden age of frame-making develop in France.
    • So many greats in an era that we now know was the last golden age of heavyweight boxing, an era over which he reigned supreme.
    • Indeed, the past eight years may come to be regarded as something of a golden age of American democracy.
    • Yet this big screen resurgence cannot compare to the original golden age.
    • That leaves grunge, which is indeed emerging as a golden age of rock, perhaps the genre's last hurrah.
    • Julius says the next 100 years are going to be a glorious golden age of maths, of science.
    • The golden age of building in Shanghai was the period between the two world wars.
    • The senior band of 35 plays a wide range of music from the golden age of swing to more up tempo and funky numbers.
    • The 19th century was a golden age for wine writing in Britain.
    • Commentators always assume there was a golden age of cinema that must have passed them by.
    • It is clearly a handsome design from an era some proclaim to be the technical golden age of Scottish housebuilding.
    • It's an homage to both the history of the building and the golden age of cinema.
    • It celebrates not only Christmas but the artistic and commercial peak of the golden age of popular song writing.
    • Opening the new season on January 27 is That'll be the Day, a riotous romp through the golden age of rock 'n' roll.
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    (late middle age)
    the golden age la madurez feminine