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A form of Greek spoken in Athens during her period of literary pre‐eminence, became later the basis of the common speech (κοινή) of the Greek‐speaking East. Attic style, moulded on the great Athenian orators, aimed at a dry, grammatically correct lucidity.

Subjects: Literature.

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