CLST 304 Lecture 8: CLST304 Lectures pt3 (1)

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Hellenism: between the death of alexander the great up to the battle of. Johan gustav droysen: scholar of the 19th century, wrote history of hellenism in 1836, fusion of greek and non-greek between alexander and octavian"s victory at actium, refers to the language, the religion, culture, customs, etc; Thucydides: hellenized by amraciotes that lived among them, the rest of the amphilochians were barbarians. More than just linguistic context: __ ((silde)) After death of alexander the great, his legacy is important in all of these areas. Parthenon: not just rulers; we also have the wives of rulers represented on coins. Key events for this period: battle of cynoscephalae (197 bce), philip v is defeated, battle of pydna (168 bce), romans take control of the area of macedon, battle of corinth (146 bce), greece is conquered by the romans. Pergamon in mysia: 283 bce: philetairos takes over citadel of pergamon and establishes the attalid dynasty, because his father"s name was attalos.

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