But it had this capital inconvenience, both in Hellas and in Italy, that it belonged exclusively to the higher classes.
The third of Shelley's visions of perfection is the climax of Hellas.
For he was a true son of Hellas, and knew that nine times out of every ten a slack body and a slack mind go together.
The general sentiment of Hellas was opposed to his monstrous fancy.
You Athenians were for seventy-three years the supreme leaders in Hellas, as were the Spartans for twenty-nine years.
And will they not be lovers of Hellas, and think of Hellas as their own land, and share in the common temples?
So he sent a proclamation far and wide through all the kingdoms of Hellas.
Can those who were deemed by many to be the wisest men of Hellas have been out of their minds?
Stesichorus had ventured in the Ἰλίου Πέρσις to lay upon her shoulders all the guilt and suffering of Hellas and of Troy.
And they are of a quality, too, finer than any other land in Hellas.