What Is the Definition of Ephebe?


Ephebe refers to a young man in the ancient Greece between the age of 18 to 20 years that is undergoing military training. It can also refer to a youth that is about to enter full citizenship.
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[ih-feeb, ef-eeb]
a young man, especially an ephebus.
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ĕ-fē'bik Rarely used term relating to the period of puberty or to a youth. [G. ephēbikos, relating to youth, fr. hēbē, youth]
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