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Lit. ‘oneness of mind’, a political ideal first met in Greek writers of the later 5th cent. bc, signifying either (1) concord within the polis and esp. the avoidance of stasis or (2) the achievement of panhellenic unity against the barbarian (i.e. Persia or Macedon). See concordia.

Subjects: Classical Studies.

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