Classifier Instance:

Anchor text: Rhodes
Target Entity: Rhodes
Preceding Context: Lycia already had been hosting a small enclave of the Dorian Greeks as Doris for some centuries.
Succeeding Context: also was Dorian. After the defeat of the Persians by the Greeks, Lycia became open to further Greek settlement. Inscriptions in Lycian diminished, while those in Greek multiplied. Complete assimilation to Greek occurred in the 4th century, after Lycia had come under Alexander the Great and his fellow Macedonians. There is no agreement yet on which Lycian inscription is the very last. No date is later than 300 at the very latest.
Paragraph Title: Ancient language
Source Page: Lycia

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