Greco-Roman

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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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See Raphael Taubenschlag, The Law of Greco-Roman Egypt in the Light of the Papyri 332 B.
The Greek word enkaustic, meaning to heat or to burn, was first applied to wax portraits on mummy casings in Greco-Roman Egypt.
In Mediterranean astrology, the planet Venus is judged to be in exaltation - or particularly influential - when it occupies Pisces, the Fishes, and that is where it is depicted on the Dendera Zodiac, the famous astronomical ceiling relief from Greco-Roman Egypt now displayed in the Louvre, In the first century A.
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.
Later sections cover cities for kings and gods, cities for people, and Greco-Roman Egypt.