Medieval Greek

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Synonyms for Medieval Greek

the Greek language from about 600 to 1200 AD

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The other papers deal more or less directly with medieval Greek philosophy per se in light of its ancient pagan and Christian sources, especially the contributions of John Duff, B0rje Byden, Polymnia Athanassiadi, George Karamanolis, and the editor.
anachronism Medieval Greek anachronismos, from Greek ana back + chronostime
An integral part of both the ancient and the medieval Greek world for more than 2,500 years, Cyprus' fate worsened after 1191, when it was seized by Richard the Lionhearted, king of England, on his way to Jerusalem during the third Crusade.
anthology Medieval Greek anthologia, literally, gathering of flowers
Digenis Akritas, the ideal medieval Greek hero, is a bold warrior of the Euphrates frontier, the son of a Saracen amir converted to Christianity by the daughter of a Byzantine general.
Byzantine epic poet, historian, and cleric whose classically structured verse lyricizing the military, philosophical, and religious themes of his day was acclaimed as a model for medieval Greek poetry but whose imitativeness and pretentious imagery was later decried.