–adjective 1. not false or copied; genuine; real: an authentic antique. 2. having the origin supported by unquestionable evidence; authenticated; verified: an authentic document of the Middle Ages; an authentic work of the old master. 3. entitled to acceptance or belief because of agreement with known facts or experience; reliable; trustworthy: an authentic report on poverty in Africa. 4. Law . executed with all due formalities: an authentic deed. 5. Music . a. (of a church mode) having a range extending from the final to the octave above. Compare plagal. b. (of a cadence) consisting of a dominant harmony followed by a tonic. 6. Obsolete . authoritative.
Authentic can also be a copy. But it must be a good one.
So for example if somebody makes a film about a pharaoh-war 4000 years ago, and they use requisite swords that are larger than the actors that is NOT an authentic weapon. Because you can't make such two-handed great swords without steel and they did not have steel 4000 years ago. If they use small blades,that look like they are made of bronze, and the swords are no longer than their arms and are broad and look clumsy, then that is an authentic weapon for that age. Yet, the requisite swords will be copies and not stolen from a museum.
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It's the real deal, something genuine and uncopied.
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