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A history of the Greek world from 323 to 146 B.C..

M. (Max) Cary

A history of the Greek world from 323 to 146 B.C..

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Published by Methuen in London .
Written in English


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SeriesMethuen History of the Greek and Roman World -- Vol. 3
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Open LibraryOL20756902M

Table of Contents for A companion to the classical Greek world / [edited by] Konrad H. Kinzl, available from the Library of Congress. (Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio) 27 The Conquests of Alexander the Great (): Waldemar Heckel (University of Calgary) Index History -- To B.C.


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Athens near the end of the fifth century b.c. Tables 1. Examples of words in Linear B script 38 2. Examples of letters from early alphabets 55 ix. In this comprehensive and well-documented book, Graham Shipley integrates the diverse aspects of politics, society and culture to create a coherent and thorough survey of the Hellenistic world.

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Philip of Macedon, who believed himself to be a descendant of the Greek people, assassinated ( B.C.) after subduing the Greek city-states; succeeded by son, Alexander the Great (– B.C.), who destroys Thebes ( B.C.), conquers Tyre and Jerusalem ( B.C.), occupies Babylon ( B.C.), invades India, and dies in Babylon.

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The Long March Home, B.C. The Last Days, B.C. Conclusion Key Terms Further Reading; The Successors to Alexander, B.C The Wars of the Successors, B.C The Hellenistic World after Ipsus The Seleucid Empire Ptolemaic Egypt The Antigonids: Macedonia Key Terms Further Reading; Greece -- History -- Macedonian Expansion, B.C.

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