By Andrew Erskine
Overlaying the interval from the loss of life of Alexander the good to the distinguished defeat of Antony and Cleopatra by the hands of Augustus, this authoritative better half explores the realm that Alexander created yet didn't dwell to determine.
- Comprises 29 unique essays by way of best overseas scholars.
- Essential analyzing for classes on Hellenistic history.
- Combines narrative and thematic ways to the period.
- Draws at the very most modern research.
- Covers a wide variety of themes, spanning political, spiritual, social, financial and cultural history.
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Meanwhile, Antigonos Monophthalmos fled to Antipater and Krateros: he had left the task of conquering Cappadocia to Perdikkas and could expect retribution. It has been plausibly suggested that he was less than happy with the outcome at Babylon (Billows 1990: 56±7). Ptolemy remained aligned with Antipater's coalition, at a careful distance. By his good fortune, Alexander had expressed the wish that his body be deposited at Siwa: its possession could only be talismanic. Accordingly, in 321 Ptolemy attacked the Perdikkan force escorting it in Syria and brought it forcibly to Egypt, where he deposited it at Memphis.
As Strabo moves around the Mediterranean, he tells of the cities that populate it, their present and their past; Korakesion prompts a digression on Cilician piracy, Pergamon comes with a history of the Attalids, his own residence in Alexandria allows him to offer an eye-witness portrait of the late Hellenistic city, and everywhere local traditions are evoked, whether through stories or monuments. Local traditions feature prominently too in Pausanias' century Description of Greece AD. , a guidebook to ancient Greece written in the second Detailed descriptions of sites and monuments are supplemented by stories, historical and mythological, some widely-known, others local.
95±101; Austin 95) Inscribed stones were both symbols of civic life and part of the physical make-up of the city. This is vividly demonstrated by the agora of Magnesia-on-the-Maeander. Inscribed on the south and west walls of the city's central public space was an impressive collection of over sixty decrees and royal letters from around the Greek world. Magnesia had launched a major diplomatic campaign to ensure recognition of its newly-established panhellenic festival of Artemis Leukophryene and these documents, collected from the cities and kings visited by their ambassadors, were the outcome.
A companion to the Hellenistic world by Andrew Erskine