Medical Definition of Greek world

1. A historical and cultural entity dispersed across a wide geographical area under the influence of greek civilization, culture, and science. The greek empire extended from the greek mainland and the aegean islands from the 16th century b.c., to the indus valley in the 4th century under alexander the great, and to southern italy and sicily. Greek medicine began with homeric and aesculapian medicine and continued unbroken to hippocrates (480-355 b.c.). The classic period of greek medicine was 460-136 b.c. And the graeco-roman period, 156 b.c.-576 a.d. (12 Dec 1998)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Greek World

greediness
greedinesses
greedless
greedmeister
greedmeisters
greedoid
greedoids
greeds
greedsome
greedy
greedyguts
greegree
greegrees
greeing
greek world (current term)
greeked
greekess
greeking
greekings
green
green-backed firecrown
green-bed
green-blind
green-blindness
green-broom
green-collar
green-diesel
green-eyed
green-eyed monster

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