A History of the Hellenistic World: 323 - 30 BC by R. Malcolm Errington

By R. Malcolm Errington

A background of the Hellenistic global offers an enticing examine the Macedonian monarchies within the interval following the reign of Alexander the good, and examines their effect at the Greek world.
•Offers a truly geared up narrative with specific emphasis on nation and governmental structures
•Makes vast use of inscriptions in translation to demonstrate the continued power of the Greek urban states sooner than the Roman conquest
•Emphasizes the explicit Macedonian origins of all energetic members within the production of the Hellenistic world
•Highlights the relationships among Greek city-states and Macedonian monarchies

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There are also celebrations at Moní Panachrántou, Andros (see p209). Simonídeia Festival (1–19 Aug), Kea. A celebration of the work of the island’s famous lyric poet, Simonides (556–468 BC), with drama, exhibitions and dance. Réthymno Festival (Jul and Aug), Réthymno, Crete. The event includes a wine festival and Renaissance fair. AUGUST Ippokráteia, Hippocrates One of the many local church celebrations during summer, Pátmos Cultural Festival (throughout Aug), Kos (see p170). Art exhibitions are combined with concerts and films, plus the ceremony of the Hippocratic Oath at the Asklepieion.

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28 I N T R O D U C I N G T H E G R E E K I S L A N D S Prehistoric Greece During the Bronze Age three separate civilizations flourished in Greece: the Cycladic, during the 3rd millennium; the Minoan, based on Crete but with an influence that spread throughout the Aegean Islands; and the Mycenaean, which was based on the mainland Mycenaean but spread to Crete in about 1450 BC when the gold brooch Minoans went into decline. Both the Minoan and Mycenaean cultures found their peak in the Palace periods of the 2nd millennium when they were dominated by a centralized religion and bureaucracy.

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