Definition of Helladic culture

1. Noun. The bronze-age culture of mainland Greece that flourished 2500-1100 BC.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Helladic Culture

Helix hortensis
Helix pomatia
Helkesaite
Helkesaites
Hell
Hell's Half Acre
Hell's Kitchen
Hell Week
Hell hole
Hell holes
Hell no
Hella
Helladic
Helladic civilisation
Helladic civilization
Helladic culture (current term)
Hellanodic
Hellanodics
Hellas
Helleborus foetidus
Helleborus niger
Helleborus orientalis
Helleborus viridis
Hellen
Hellene
Hellenes
Hellenian
Hellenic
Hellenic Republic
Hellenic language

Literary usage of Helladic culture

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1. The Neolithic and Bronze Ages by Sara Anderson Immerwahr (1971)
"... would suggest that if there was a catastrophe at Athens, it came with the introduction of Middle Helladic culture. Although here too we are dealing not ..."

2. Korakou: A Prehistoric Settlement Near Corinth by Carl William Blegen (1921)
"The evidence of the pottery indicates a complete break in continuity of civilization; almost no elements of Early Helladic culture seem to have survived the ..."

3. The Greek Coins by John H. Kroll, Jeremy B. Rutter (1993)
"... well-documented contexts at a major site of the period might serve as a springboard for further study of these aspects of Early Helladic culture that ..."

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