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WIKIPEDIA articles! Ancient Greek literature refers to literature
written in the Ancient Greek language until the 4th century AD.This
period of Greek literature stretches from Homer until the 4th
century BC and the rise of Alexander the Great. Alfred North
Whitehead once claimed that all of philosophy is but a footnote to
Plato. To suggest that all of Western literature is no more than a
footnote to the writings of ancient Greece is an exaggeration, but
it is nevertheless true that the Greek world of thought was so
far-ranging that there is scarcely an idea discussed today not
already debated by the ancient writers. The earliest known Greek
writings are Mycenaean, written in the Linear B syllabary on clay
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