Definitions

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  • adj. Alternative form of Greco-Roman.

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  • adj. of or pertaining to or characteristic of the ancient Greek and Roman cultures

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Examples

  • What ever happened to the Graeco-Roman wrestling caption contest!?

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  • See for instance C. P. Jones, “Tattooing and Branding in Graeco-Roman Antiquity,” Journal of Roman Studies 77 1987: 139–55.

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  • Runaway, which West directed and starred in, was heavily influenced by film noir and Graeco-Roman mythology and features an extended ballet sequence.

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  • It is inappropriate here to discuss the substantial Graeco-Roman corpus of military treatises and concepts that the Byzantines inherited, copied and adapted for their own purposes.

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  • Among entries you can sample is one the alchemist and writer "Maria" She was a principal founder of Graeco-Roman alchemy, the experimental science of its day.

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  • The Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, New York, in an effort to shore up an endowment to buy contemporary art, sacrificed to the auction block (and almost inevitably to the private sector) great rarities in its holdings of Graeco-Roman and Asian art.

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  • Jeremy Cole, the Graeco-Roman mythology specialist, said: “I suppose he works for peanuts.”

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  • Let the child go its own way when maturity comes, but it is our business that it has something of that whole inheritance, and not as a mere thought, an abstract thing like those Graeco-Roman casts upon the shelves in the art-schools, but as a part of its emotional life.

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  • It is also the result of the Western heritage of a tolerant secular culture owing much to the Graeco-Roman civilization, that fortunately was strong enough to eventually overcome the appalling intolerance imported into the West from the Middle East in the shape of Christianity.

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  • It will take over, just as another fanatical Middle Eastern religion took over the Roman world and destroyed the temples of the Graeco-Roman gods.

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