Origin of Hellenic
OTHER WORDS FROM HellenicHel·len·i·cal·ly, adverbnon-Hel·len·ic, adjectivepre-Hel·len·ic, adjectivepro-Hel·len·ic, adjective
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Given the prevalence of intelligent artificial objects in Hellenic culture, it is no surprise that engineers in the later Hellenistic period turned to designing and building these machines.
Hellenic thought, with its dangerous conclusions, was restated by Pater because "Les fleurs du Mal" had paved the way.Charles Baudelaire, His Life|Thophile Gautier
Plato treats the claim of Ionian to rank among the Hellenic modes as somewhat doubtful (Laches, p. 188).The Modes of Ancient Greek Music|David Binning Monro
The ideas of the Hellenic mystery-religions may be found to throw light on the language of St. Paul.Comparative Religion|J. Estlin Carpenter
This fact alone reveals manners absolutely foreign to Hellenic and Roman civilisation.
In their eyes, it was the Hellenic civilisation overthrowing the presumption of the Western barbarians.