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Synonyms for Greco-Roman

of or pertaining to or characteristic of the ancient Greek and Roman cultures

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19) Taubenschlag, "The Law of Greco-Roman Egypt," 218.
The Greek word enkaustic, meaning to heat or to burn, was first applied to wax portraits on mummy casings in Greco-Roman Egypt.
Thompson is one of a small number of ancient historians who has chosen Greco-Roman Egypt as an area of concentration, and her work stands as a model of the intelligent use of primary source material to construct historical analysis.