The Importance of Hellenism from the Point of View of Indic-Philology. I

  title={The Importance of Hellenism from the Point of View of Indic-Philology. I},
  author={Walter Eugene Clark},
  journal={Classical Philology},
  pages={297 - 313}
  • W. Clark
  • Published 1 October 1919
  • History
  • Classical Philology
The aim of this paper is to place before classicists in a brief and compact form the evidence (down to the first century A.D.) which proves that there was intercourse between India and the West. India was not entirely cut off by its mountain barriers; it was in touch with Europe and with the rest of Asia. During the Hellenistic period India was in close contact with Alexandria, Syria, and Rome, and played a large part in the commerce of the world. India has had much stirring history and… 
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