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Derived Form of hellenes

root word: hellene
plural: hellenes
root word: hellene
Noun: hellene
a native or inhabitant of Greece
Type ofEuropean*,
TypesAchaean*, Achaian*, Aeolian*, Arcadian*, Athenian*, Corinthian*, Dorian*, Eolian*, Ephesian*, Ionian*, Laconian*, Lesbian*, Spartan*, Theban*, Thessalonian*,
Part ofEllas, Greece, Hellenic Republic,

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  1. myth is a sign that the Hellenes knew this was an act of the ancient Demeter.
  2. people who thought of themselves as Hellenes, which we would call
  3. that make us all Hellenes now exists.
  4. they were Hellenes, and they probably invented a
  5. Not only accepted them as Hellenes, but asked them to save
  6. themselves to that league simply as the Hellenes,
  7. was something called Hellenes, Greek peoples different from
  8. people who were not Hellenes, and this probably took shape
  9. Hellenes watching Persian soldiers trying to escape to the ships,
  10. derivation must have been assigned by the Hellenes. Ernest Klein argued that the ancient
  11. against the Hellenes (who presumably had acquired Thessaly) and departed for Italy where they
  12. being originally Pelasgian, must have learned a new language when they became Hellenes.
  13. Hellenes (associated with the Dorians) having separated from the Pelasgians with the former
  14. surpassing the latter numerically: As for the Hellenes, it seems obvious to me
  15. Hellenes, were known anciently as Pelasgians.
  16. the other cities, that one by one they gradually acquired from the connection the name of Hellenes;
  17. There are no Hellenes. There is no West.
  18. to the barbarous Romans, and how much more he cared for the fellow Hellenes than Philip.
  19. and unfamiliar peoples, constantly interacting with those whom the Hellenes considered barbarian,
  20. He considered the Hellenes in his crew poorly trained and mightily undisciplined.