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-[[Jean Marcadé]] (Libourne, Gironde, le 27 avril 1920) is a French [[Hellenist]] and author of ''[[Roma Amor: Essay on Erotic Elements in Etruscan and Roman Art]]''.+'''Hellenism''' may refer to:
 +*[[Hellenistic civilization]]
 +*[[Hellenistic period]], in Greek antiquity
 +*[[Hellenistic Greece]]
 +*[[Hellenization]], the spread of Greek culture over foreign peoples
 +*[[Hellenistic philosophy]] in the Hellenistic period and late antiquity
 +*[[Hellenic Polytheistic Reconstructionism]]
 +*[[Hellenistic art]]
 +*[[Hellenism (neoclassicism)]], an esthetic movement in 18th and 19th century England and Germany
 +*[[Hellenism (Academia)]], the academic study of ancient Greece (a scholar in this discipline may be called a ''Hellenist'')
 +*[[Greek people]] and their culture in general
 +*In the context of the ancient grammarians, the proper use of the [[Greek language]]
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