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During [[period]] '''Greek''' was spoken throughout [[Greece]] and [[Byzantium]]. A lot of the early [[science|scientific]] and [[medicine|medical]] [[research]] was written in [[ancient]] Greek. We can thank the [[Arab]]s for translating the [[manuscript|document]]s into [[Arabic]] which was then retranslated into Western [[Europe]]an [[language]]s during and following the [[Crusade]]s, especially those involving the [[Spain|Spanish]] [[Moor]]s.
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A '''Greek''' is a person descending from the residents of [[Greece]].  In [[period]], "Greek" was used to describe [[Byzantine]]s.
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==Language==
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There are several distinct varieties of the '''Greek language''' throughout history, starting with the [[Attica|Attic Greek]] of the classical [[Greece|Hellenic]] period, the [[Koine]] of the [[Hellenistic]] and [[Roman]] eras and during [[period]] Byzantine Greek, spoken throughout [[Greece]] and [[Byzantium]].
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Much the classical [[science|scientific]] and [[medicine|medical]] literature was written in [[Attica|ancient Greek]]. We can thank the [[Arab]]s for translating the [[manuscript|document]]s into [[Arabic]] which was then retranslated into Western [[Europe]]an [[language]]s during and following the [[Crusade]]s, especially those involving the [[Spain|Spanish]] [[Moor]]s.
  
  

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A Greek is a person descending from the residents of Greece. In period, "Greek" was used to describe Byzantines.

Language

There are several distinct varieties of the Greek language throughout history, starting with the Attic Greek of the classical Hellenic period, the Koine of the Hellenistic and Roman eras and during period Byzantine Greek, spoken throughout Greece and Byzantium.

Much the classical scientific and medical literature was written in ancient Greek. We can thank the Arabs for translating the documents into Arabic which was then retranslated into Western European languages during and following the Crusades, especially those involving the Spanish Moors.


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