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In: Speake, G ed.
Encyclopedia of Greece and the Hellenic Tradition.
Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, pp. 950–952.
[About the book] Hellenism is the living culture of the Greek-speaking peoples and has a continuing history of more than 3,500 years. The "Encyclopedia of Greece and the Hellenic Tradition" contains approximately 900 entries devoted to people, places, periods, events, and themes, examining every aspect of that culture from the Bronze Age to the present day. The focus throughout is on the Greeks themselves, and the continuities within their own cultural tradition. Language and religion are perhaps the most obvious vehicles of continuity; but there have been many others--law, taxation, gardens, music, magic, education, shipping, and countless other elements have all played their part in maintaining this unique culture.
Today, Greek arts have blossomed again; Greece has taken its place in the European Union; Greeks control a substantial proportion of the world's merchant marine; and Greek communities in the United States, Australia, and South Africa have carried the Hellenic tradition throughout the world. This is the first reference work to embrace all aspects of that tradition in every period of its existence.
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