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Antiquitas classica

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Parthenon, exemplum eminentissimum antiquitatis classicae.

Antiquitas classica, vel simpliciter antiquitas, est spatium temporis quod in regionibus Mediterraneo mari adiacentibus fere a saeculo VIII a.C.n. ad nostrae aetatis saeculum VI intercessit. Quae appellatio praecipue culturam Graecorum et Romanorum complectitur. Eo tempore litterae Graeco-Romanae florebant, ac potestas Romana in regionibus Europae, Africae Septentrionalis, et Asiae Mediae valebat.

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Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

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