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he luh ni stik

  • a  relating to or characteristic of the classical Greek civilization
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  • Jerry Saltz on the Met’s Incredible Boxer at Rest Sculpture
    I lost all bearings at the shocking first sight of Boxer at Rest, the astounding Hellenistic (323-31 B.C.). bronze masterpiece on view only until July 18 in the center of the long entrance hall of the Greek and Roman wing. It was like a thunderbolt. My psychic borders broke as it ... More »        
    June 28, 2013 - Vulture

  • Georgi Kitov in International Herald Tribune
    We found indisputable evidence that the Thracian civilization was at least equal to the ancient Greek one,Kitov said in 2004. "In fact, we proved that Thracians were co-authors of the ancient culture, which often is called Hellenistic by...
  • Harry Ostrer in Jewish Chronicle
    I think there was a massive conversion to Judaism during classical antiquity,Dr Ostrer said. "Judaism was perceived in the Hellenistic world as an intellectual religion and it had great appeal. The Jewish historian Josephus estimated that...

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