Definition of Helladic culture
1. Noun. The bronze-age culture of mainland Greece that flourished 2500-1100 BC.
Generic synonyms: Civilisation, Civilization, Culture
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Helladic Culture
Literary usage of Helladic culture
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
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 ..."