Definition of Pan-Hellenic
1. Adjective. Of or relating to all the Greeks. "The Olympic Games were a Panhellenic celebration"
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Literary usage of Pan-Hellenic
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The History of Sicily from the Earliest Times by Edward Augustus Freeman (1892)
"... off from a Pan-hellenic career gave him the opportunity of being foremost in a third kind of statesmanship which to us is perhaps the most instructive ..."
2. The Athenian Empire by George William Cox (1888)
"Perikles had, indeed, his Pan-hellenic theories; but these theories were to be carried out rather by magnifying Athens than by treating the allies as if ..."
3. Readings in Greek History, from Homer to the Battle of Chaeronea: A by Ida Carleton Thallon (1914)
"Choose whichever course you wish. 5. ADVOCATES OF Pan-Hellenic UNITY There were always advocates of Pan-Hellenic unity. We find it advised in a fragment of ..."
4. A General History of Greece: From the Earliest Period to the Death of by George William Cox (1876)
"... 4S1 BC wasting their years in perpetual warfare and feud; and in an assembly which deserved to be considered in some degree as a Pan-hellenic congress, ..."
5. A History of Greece: From the Earliest Period to the Close of the Generation by George Grote (1888)
"... look for holding up the great banner of Pan-hellenic independence ; from the smaller states nothing more could be required than that they should adhere ..."