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Helladic

[ he-lad-ik ]
/ hɛˈlæd ɪk /
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adjective
of or relating to the Bronze Age culture on the mainland of ancient Greece c2900–1100 b.c.
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Origin of Helladic

1795–1805; <Latin Helladicus<Greek Helladikós of, from Greece, equivalent to Hellad- (stem of Hellás) Greece + -ikos-ic
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British Dictionary definitions for Helladic

Helladic
/ (hɛˈlædɪk) /

adjective
of, characteristic of, or related to the Bronze Age civilization that flourished about 2900 to 1100 bc on the Greek mainland and islands
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