08a-2 Hellenism

08a-2 Hellenism - Alexander the Great and His Successors...

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Unformatted text preview: Alexander the Great and His Successors Alexander the Great {336 to 323 BC} Political Impact Alexander the Great, 336 to 323 BC Macedonian phalanx invasion of Persia collapse of Persia death at 33 Destroyed old order = Greek dominance Brought Political disunity The Conquests of Alexander Successors to Alexander Didoche = successors to Alexander 323 to 275 BC fifty year civil war Successors to Alexander Ptolemies of Egypt 305 to 31 BC Seleucids of Syria and Mesopotamia 305 to 64 BC East: Parthians of Persia, from 250 BC West: Roman conquest, 146 to 31 BC The Conquests of Alexander Successors to Alexander Didoche = successors to Alexander 323 to 275 BC fifty year civil war Successors to Alexander Ptolemies of Egypt 305 to 31 BC Seleucids of Syria and Mesopotamia 305 to 64 BC East: Parthians of Persia, from 250 BC West: Roman conquest, 146 to 31 BC Kingdoms of the Successors (Diadochi) The Later Successors...
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This note was uploaded on 10/23/2011 for the course HIST 201 taught by Professor Sabey during the Fall '08 term at BYU.

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08a-2 Hellenism - Alexander the Great and His Successors...

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