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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Same as post-classical.

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  • Modern civilization, which originated in the West in the eighteenth century, exercised its worldwide dynamic impact because, though classic and Christian in its roots, it was a rational, postclassic, and post -

    NATIONALISM

  • Ranging from the preclassic to postclassic periods, these styles reveal intercultural connections, such as that between Teotihuacan, the great classic urban center in central

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