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  • (diff | hist) . . Greek language‎; 09:14 . . (-2,095). .Future Perfect at Sunrise (talk | contribs)(present-day political status should go in the infobox of the article on Modern Greek, not this higher-level diachronic overview article.)
  • (diff | hist) . . Greek language‎; 09:12 . . (-40). .Future Perfect at Sunrise (talk | contribs)(simplify geographic description too – this is the diachronic overview article about all stages of the Greek language, so we don't need a precise definition of its present-day distribution here)
  • (diff | hist) . . Greek language‎; 09:09 . . (-31). .Future Perfect at Sunrise (talk | contribs)(simplify, back to how it was worded until a few weeks ago, no need to bother with that esoteric technical meaning of "Hellenic" here)
  • (diff | hist) . . Greek language‎; 07:02 . . (-10). .99.226.74.83 (talk)(Source doesn't state "Surviving". Greek is synonymous with Hellenic. The Hellenic language has always been called Hellenic in Greece, while Greek is used by other countries influenced by Latin. Both terms indicate the exact same language. Why separate it?)

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