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“But scholars of to-day are agreed that the right 'hellenized' name for some primitive peoples of Africa is”
“There was a first century Jew named Ribi Yehoshua, from Natzrat hellenized to Nazareth.”
“My point made poorly, I admit it was that Hamby's questions assume that this author and his readers were "Hellenized" not in the sense in which we know all Jews in the Greco-Roman world were hellenized in this period of history, but in the sense of being familiar with Greek myths and having a desire to emulate them.”
“Syrian rule were divided into orthodox and hellenized”
“Through a series of accommodations between these hellenized Jews, represented by Jason, and their”
“Americans become the hellenized Jews, the French remain in the role of the Syrian oppressors, and the English find themselves cast as the orthodox Jews.”
“Scottish Jacobites and France becomes comparable to that of the alliance between the hellenized Jews and their Syrian rulers.”
“A vast number of small bodies of worshipers of local deities, with their various rituals and religious customs, had thus been broken up, or at least brought into contact with each other and partially modified and hellenized.”
“Bishop when the Patriarch commanded him to permit the Serbian priests now and then to celebrate a Slav service, "there are no Serbs but merely Greeks" (in which official terminology the Serbs were included) "and hellenized Vlachs." ...”
“But this is not the case; they have become very hellenized, although it is true that there are some who call themselves Greek and who, besides having no such mixture in their veins, cannot speak a word of the Greek language.”
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