the Greek language of the Middle Ages, usually dated a.d. 700 to 1500.
Abbreviation: MGk, MGk., MGr.
the Greek language from the 7th century ad to shortly after the sacking of Constantinople in 1204 Also called Middle Greek, Byzantine Greek Compare Koine, Late Greek, Ancient Greek


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