The ancient Greeks had <strong>color words</strong> for &ldquo;pansy-like&rdquo; and &ldquo;wine-like,&rdquo; but never sea or sky blue. Can we understand their descriptions if we can&rsquo;t see as they did?

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The ancient Greeks had color words for “pansy-like” and “wine-like,” but never sea or sky blue. Can we understand their descriptions if we can’t see as they did?

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News source: Arts & Letters Daily

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