Hellenistic Schools
The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Hellenistic Schools
Hellenistic Schools (ca. 322–31 bc). A group of philosophical factions that arose in Athens following the deaths of Plato (347 bc) and Aristotle (322 bc).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Schools, Hellenistic
SCHOOLS, HELLENISTIC. The Hellenistic schools are important for the understanding of the NT in two respects: it has long been recognized that their social structures provide a partial analog to the early Christian groups; and they produced a large body of literature (much of it still extant) which needs
The Dictionary of the Bible and Ancient Media
Education, Hellenistic
Education, Hellenistic Education in schools throughout the Greco-Roman world was a luxury that only a small percentage of families could afford. Of those receiving formal education, most completed only primary school, and only a few progressed to intermediate and advanced education. Parents unable to