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2. Hellenistic Greece the Successors of Alexander Hellenistic Greece (period from 336-331 BCE) - Period after classical usually dated from Alexander becoming macedonaian ing to roman takeover of Egypt the satrapies - Persian administrative districts - Divieded up among alexanders generals - Basis for Hellenistic kingdoms the Successors (Diadochoi) Perdiccas: regent for Alexander IV (323-21) - Egal guardian for Alexander Seleukos- conquerer - Shares bablyon with perdiccas Antipater= Macedonian Greece Lamian War (323-22): consequences for Athens; Demosthenes o Athens remaining allies vs Antipater o Last gasp of democratic Athens = death of Demosthenes Lysimachos - Thrace along NE Aegean Antigonos Monophthalmos= one eyed asian minor Ptolemy eqypt wealthy defensible Draw perdiccas into battle in eqypt defeated and killes death of Perdiccas reapportionment of 321 Antipater & Cassander - Antipater = replaces perdiccas qas regent for Alexander o Son cassander takes his place later o Maintains kingsdoms Antigonos vs. Seleukos - Antigonos drives out satrzaps form m other satraps in asia - Decleares all greke poleis free (avoid sharing territory )
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2012 for the course CLA 2100 taught by Professor Marks during the Fall '07 term at University of Florida.

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