The Hellenistic world from Alexander to the Roman conquest : by M. M. Austin
By M. M. Austin
The Hellenistic interval all started with the enormous growth of the Greek international and ended with Rome changing into the essential political strength on the earth. Michel Austin presents a breathtaking view of this international in the course of the medium of historical resources and connection with contemporary scholarship.
summary: The Hellenistic interval started with the enormous growth of the Greek global and ended with Rome turning into the important political strength on the planet. Michel Austin offers a wide ranging view of this international during the medium of historical assets and connection with fresh scholarship
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3. 3–4). 4. Agesilaus took over command of Sparta’s war in Asia Minor in 396 but was recalled to Greece in 394 to face a revolt of Greek states against Sparta (Crawford and Whitehead (1983), nos. 252–5). 3 The beginning of Alexander’s reign and the sack of Thebes (336/5) Alexander’s accession in violent circumstances was a moment of great danger for the kingdom, as previous Macedonian history had illustrated more than once: hence the need for Alexander to assert his position immediately at home, in the north, and then to quell the incipient rebellion in Greece.
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