Pertaining to the Hellenists.
Greek and Greek influenced art from the 4th to the 12th century BC.
Style of the last of three phases of ancient Greek art (300-100 B.C.), characterized by emotion, drama, and the interaction of sculptural forms with the surrounding space.
of or relating to post-classical Greek culture from the death of Alexander the Great in 323 B.C. to the accession of Augustus as the first Roman emperor in 27 B.C. Hellenistic period example
Refers to Greek culture internationalized by Alexander the Great and his followers. Though commonly applied to the fourth to second centuries B.C., it can slo denote many aspects of later Greco-Roman culture.
relating to or characteristic of the classical Greek civiliHzation
Pertaining to Greek culture as disseminated by the conquests of Alexander the Great, and the rule of his successors.
of or relating to Greek history, culture, or art after Alexander the Great (Webster's Dictionary).
the style of Greek art or architecture during the period beginning with the death of Alexander the Great in 323 BC to the accession of Caesar Augustus in 27 BC
The later period of Greek art, 323BCE to 27BCE.
term used to identify the final phase of Greek art, from approximately 300 B.C. to 150 B.C. Sculptural characteristics include realism, greater dramatic action and movement, and the portrayal of emotions and psychological states.
the new culture that arose when Alexander overthrew the Persian Empire and began spreading Hellenism - Greek culture, language, thought and way of life - as far as India. It is called Hellenistic to distinguish it from the Hellenic period. (p. 93)
Of Greek history, language, culture and ideals after Alexander the Great.
The time of Alexander the Greats' successors, c. 323-100 BC.
relating to Greek culture after the death of Alexander the Great, 323 BC