Byzantine Greek

Byzantine Greek (uncountable)

  1. Collectively, the continuum of forms of the Greek language as written and spoken during the time of the Byzantine Empire (CE 330–1453), preceded by Koine Greek and succeeded by Modern Greek. (ISO 639-3 code: grc shared with Classical Greek.)
    Synonyms: Medieval Greek, Middle Greek, Old Greek
  • French: grec médiéval, grec byzantin
  • German: Mittelgriechisch, byzantinisches Griechisch
  • Italian: greco bizantino, greco medioevale
  • Russian: византи́йский язы́к

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