Definition of Helladic in English:

Helladic

Syllabification: Hel·lad·ic
Pronunciation: /heˈladik
 
/

adjective

Archaeology
Of, relating to, or denoting the Bronze Age cultures of mainland Greece (circa 3000–1050 bc), of which the latest period is equivalent to the Mycenaean age.
More example sentences
  • It is here that the complex blending of Minoan and native Helladic artistic traditions can be clearly observed.
  • The plan marks the possible connection between the two exposed portions of Middle Helladic wall.
  • How do the comparisons within the study area enhance our understanding of an Early Helladic world-view?

Origin

early 19th century: from Greek Helladikos, from Hellas, Hellad- 'Greece'.

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