Philhellenism
Philhellenism \Phil*hel"len*ism\, n. Love of Greece. [1913 Webster]

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  • Philhellenism — ( the love of Greek culture ) was the intellectual fashion at the turn of the 19th century that led Europeans like Lord Byron to lend their support for the Greek movement towards independence from the Ottoman Empire. Byron provided some more… …   Wikipedia

  • philhellenism — noun admiration for Greece and the Greeks and Greek customs • Derivationally related forms: ↑philhellenist • Hypernyms: ↑admiration, ↑esteem * * * filˈheləˌnizəm noun : veneration of Greece or the Greeks literary philhellenism from Shakespeare …   Useful english dictionary

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