Late Greek


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Late Greek

the Greek language from about the 3rd to the 8th centuries ad
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Formerly known as the European City of Culture, the initiative was conceived by the late Greek minister for culture Melina Mercouri, who was also known for her campaign for the return of the Parthenon marbles to Athens from tire British Museum.
The exegetical, homiletic, and liturgical expressions in the late Greek and Latin patristic period--my own field of study--are overwhelmingly oriented toward the union of the soul with God, a process which can begin in this life.
The daughter of the late Greek shipping heiress Christina Onassis is destined to inherit an estimated pounds 2.7 billion fortune.
Second, Ammonius gives us, mostly indirectly, aspects of late Greek philosophy, especially of the Neo-Platonists and the Stoics.
She has analyzed texts in late Greek (Procopius and Agathias) and late Latin (Corippus).
biography Late Greek biographia, from Greek bioslife + graphein to write
Or the development of monotheistic religion (such as the worship of Isis) in the late Greek period?
Resourceful, vigorous, and capable; his career reflects the cosmopolitan spirit of late Greek military and political life.
In late Greek myth, Aphrodite was called the mother of Eros.
The pair will be paying tribute to the late Greek singer Dimitris Mitropanos.