- of or relating to a time after the classical period, especially in art, culture, or literature.
- of or relating to a time after the classical period of ancient Greece and Rome.
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Examples from the Web for post-classical
They now corresponded to the post-classical Italic dialects.
The language belongs to the post-classical period of Hebrew.
Numerous scholia and glossaries attest the interest taken in Juvenal in post-classical times and the middle ages.
The game was not chess, for that came to Europe from the East in the post-classical age.Old Tavern Signs</p>
Fritz August Gottfried Endell
It is true that the authorities from whom we derive our knowledge of the Greek notation are post-classical.The Modes of Ancient Greek Music
David Binning Monro
Word Origin and History for post-classical
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