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Site of a grove of olive trees near Athens where Plato taught in the 4th century BC

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We found 1 crossword solutions for Site of a grove of olive trees near Athens where Plato taught in the th century BC, the clue itself is classified as a NON-CRYPTIC crossword based on the publications in which we have seen it. We have given Site of a grove of olive trees near Athens where Plato taught in the th century BC a popularity rating of 'Very Rare' because it has not been seen in many crossword publications and is therefore high in originality.

Site of a grove of olive trees near Athens where Plato taught in the th century BC is a 17 word phrase featuring 82 letters. We most recently saw this clue in 'The Mirror Quizword' with the answer being THEACADEMY, we also found THEACADEMY to be the most popular answer for this clue.

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The Mirror QuizwordNov 2020THEACADEMY

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