Definition of Hoplitic
1. hoplite [adj] - See also: hoplite
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hoplitic
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Literary usage of Hoplitic
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Ancient Art and Its Remains: Or, A Manual of the Archaeology of Art by Karl Otfried Müller, Friedrich Gottlieb Welcker (1852)
"On five tablets there are hoplitic fighting with horsemen, on others merely foot soldiers, the most diversified battle groups. The lances, swords and bows ..."
2. Prose Halieutics: Or, Ancient and Modern Fish Tattle by Charles David Badham, David Badham (1854)
"The heavy-armed hoplitic angler, as he may be called, returns generally from his expedition laden only with disappointment; whereas the true angler, ..."
3. Aristotelous Athēnaiōn politeia =: Aristotle's Constitution of Athens : a by Aristotle, John Edwin Sandys (1893)
"... (i) a hoplitic franchise, already in existence; (2) those who had this franchise elected the Archons, ..."
4. Constitution of Athens: A Revised Text by Aristotle (1893)
"... time are (i) a hoplitic franchise, already in existence; (2) those who had this franchise elected the Archons, ..."