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Most of the Greek cities rallied to the Achaeans' side, even slaves were freed to fight for Greek independence. The Roman consul Lucius Mummius advanced from Macedonia and defeated the Greeks at Corinth , which was razed to the ground.

Roman taxes were imposed, except in Athens and Sparta, and all the cities had to accept rule by Rome's local allies. Many Greek cities, including Athens, overthrew their Roman puppet rulers and joined him in the Mithridatic wars.

When he was driven out of Greece by the Roman general Lucius Cornelius Sulla , the latter laid siege to Athens and razed the city.

Further ruin was brought to Greece by the Roman civil wars, which were partly fought in Greece. The struggles with Rome had left Greece depopulated and demoralised.

Nevertheless, Roman rule at least brought an end to warfare, and cities such as Athens, Corinth, Thessaloniki and Patras soon recovered their prosperity.

Contrarily, having so firmly entrenched themselves into Greek affairs, the Romans now completely ignored the rapidly disintegrating Seleucid empire perhaps because it posed no threat ; and left the Ptolemaic kingdom to decline quietly, while acting as a protector of sorts, in as much as to stop other powers taking Egypt over including the famous line-in-the-sand incident when the Seleucid Antiochus IV Epiphanes tried to invade Egypt.

In some fields Hellenistic culture thrived, particularly in its preservation of the past. The states of the Hellenistic period were deeply fixated with the past and its seemingly lost glories.

The museum and library of Alexandria was the center of this conservationist activity. With the support of royal stipends, Alexandrian scholars collected, translated, copied, classified, and critiqued every book they could find.

Most of the great literary figures of the Hellenistic period studied at Alexandria and conducted research there. They were scholar poets, writing not only poetry but treatises on Homer and other archaic and classical Greek literature.

Athens retained its position as the most prestigious seat of higher education, especially in the domains of philosophy and rhetoric, with considerable libraries and philosophical schools.

Libraries were also present in Antioch , Pella , and Kos. Cicero was educated in Athens and Mark Antony in Rhodes.

The spread of Greek culture and language throughout the Near East and Asia owed much to the development of newly founded cities and deliberate colonization policies by the successor states, which in turn was necessary for maintaining their military forces.

Settlements such as Ai-Khanoum , on trade routes, allowed Greek culture to mix and spread. The identification of local gods with similar Greek deities, a practice termed ' Interpretatio graeca ', stimulated the building of Greek-style temples, and Greek culture in the cities meant that buildings such as gymnasia and theaters became common.

Many cities maintained nominal autonomy while under the rule of the local king or satrap , and often had Greek-style institutions.

Greek dedications, statues, architecture, and inscriptions have all been found. However, local cultures were not replaced, and mostly went on as before, but now with a new Greco-Macedonian or otherwise Hellenized elite.

An example that shows the spread of Greek theater is Plutarch 's story of the death of Crassus , in which his head was taken to the Parthian court and used as a prop in a performance of The Bacchae.

Theaters have also been found: for example, in Ai-Khanoum on the edge of Bactria , the theater has 35 rows — larger than the theater in Babylon.

The spread of Greek influence and language is also shown through ancient Greek coinage. Portraits became more realistic, and the obverse of the coin was often used to display a propagandistic image, commemorating an event or displaying the image of a favored god.

The use of Greek-style portraits and Greek language continued under the Roman, Parthian , and Kushan empires , even as the use of Greek was in decline.

The concept of Hellenization, meaning the adoption of Greek culture in non-Greek regions, has long been controversial.

Undoubtedly Greek influence did spread through the Hellenistic realms, but to what extent, and whether this was a deliberate policy or mere cultural diffusion, have been hotly debated.

It seems likely that Alexander himself pursued policies which led to Hellenization, such as the foundations of new cities and Greek colonies.

While it may have been a deliberate attempt to spread Greek culture or as Arrian says, "to civilise the natives" , it is more likely that it was a series of pragmatic measures designed to aid in the rule of his enormous empire.

Alexander also seems to have attempted to create a mixed Greco-Persian elite class as shown by the Susa weddings and his adoption of some forms of Persian dress and court culture.

He also brought Persian and other non-Greek peoples into his military and even the elite cavalry units of the companion cavalry. Again, it is probably better to see these policies as a pragmatic response to the demands of ruling a large empire [] than to any idealized attempt to bringing Greek culture to the ' barbarians '.

This approach was bitterly resented by the Macedonians and discarded by most of the Diadochi after Alexander's death.

These policies can also be interpreted as the result of Alexander's possible megalomania [] during his later years. The founding of new cities and military colonies continued to be a major part of the Successors' struggle for control of any particular region, and these continued to be centers of cultural diffusion.

The spread of Greek culture under the Successors seems mostly to have occurred with the spreading of Greeks themselves, rather than as an active policy.

Throughout the Hellenistic world, these Greco-Macedonian colonists considered themselves by and large superior to the native "barbarians" and excluded most non-Greeks from the upper echelons of courtly and government life.

Most of the native population was not Hellenized, had little access to Greek culture and often found themselves discriminated against by their Hellenic overlords.

Greek cities and colonies may have exported Greek art and architecture as far as the Indus , but these were mostly enclaves of Greek culture for the transplanted Greek elite.

The degree of influence that Greek culture had throughout the Hellenistic kingdoms was therefore highly localized and based mostly on a few great cities like Alexandria and Antioch.

Some natives did learn Greek and adopt Greek ways, but this was mostly limited to a few local elites who were allowed to retain their posts by the Diadochi and also to a small number of mid-level administrators who acted as intermediaries between the Greek speaking upper class and their subjects.

In the Seleucid Empire, for example, this group amounted to only 2. Hellenistic art nevertheless had a considerable influence on the cultures that had been affected by the Hellenistic expansion.

As far as the Indian subcontinent, Hellenistic influence on Indian art was broad and far-reaching, and had effects for several centuries following the forays of Alexander the Great.

Despite their initial reluctance, the Successors seem to have later deliberately naturalized themselves to their different regions, presumably in order to help maintain control of the population.

In the Indo-Greek kingdom we find kings who were converts to Buddhism e. The Greeks in the regions therefore gradually become 'localized', adopting local customs as appropriate.

In this way, hybrid 'Hellenistic' cultures naturally emerged, at least among the upper echelons of society. The trends of Hellenization were therefore accompanied by Greeks adopting native ways over time, but this was widely varied by place and by social class.

The farther away from the Mediterranean and the lower in social status, the more likely that a colonist was to adopt local ways, while the Greco-Macedonian elites and royal families usually remained thoroughly Greek and viewed most non-Greeks with disdain.

In the Hellenistic period, there was much continuity in Greek religion : the Greek gods continued to be worshiped, and the same rites were practiced as before.

However the socio-political changes brought on by the conquest of the Persian empire and Greek emigration abroad meant that change also came to religious practices.

This varied greatly by location. Athens, Sparta and most cities in the Greek mainland did not see much religious change or new gods with the exception of the Egyptian Isis in Athens , [] while the multi-ethnic Alexandria had a very varied group of gods and religious practices, including Egyptian, Jewish and Greek.

Greek emigres brought their Greek religion everywhere they went, even as far as India and Afghanistan. Non-Greeks also had more freedom to travel and trade throughout the Mediterranean and in this period we can see Egyptian gods such as Serapis , and the Syrian gods Atargatis and Hadad , as well as a Jewish synagogue , all coexisting on the island of Delos alongside classical Greek deities.

Greek emigres faced individual religious choices they had not faced on their home cities, where the gods they worshiped were dictated by tradition.

Hellenistic monarchies were closely associated with the religious life of the kingdoms they ruled.

This had already been a feature of Macedonian kingship, which had priestly duties. The Seleucids for example took on Apollo as patron, the Antigonids had Herakles , and the Ptolemies claimed Dionysus among others.

The worship of dynastic ruler cults was also a feature of this period, most notably in Egypt, where the Ptolemies adopted earlier Pharaonic practice, and established themselves as god-kings.

These cults were usually associated with a specific temple in honor of the ruler such as the Ptolemaieia at Alexandria and had their own festivals and theatrical performances.

The setting up of ruler cults was more based on the systematized honors offered to the kings sacrifice, proskynesis , statues, altars, hymns which put them on par with the gods isotheism than on actual belief of their divine nature.

According to Peter Green, these cults did not produce genuine belief of the divinity of rulers among the Greeks and Macedonians.

The Hellenistic age also saw a rise in the disillusionment with traditional religion. The Sophists proclaimed the centrality of humanity and agnosticism ; the belief in Euhemerism the view that the gods were simply ancient kings and heroes , became popular.

The popular philosopher Epicurus promoted a view of disinterested gods living far away from the human realm in metakosmia. The apotheosis of rulers also brought the idea of divinity down to earth.

While there does seem to have been a substantial decline in religiosity, this was mostly reserved for the educated classes.

Magic was practiced widely, and this, too, was a continuation from earlier times. Throughout the Hellenistic world, people would consult oracles , and use charms and figurines to deter misfortune or to cast spells.

Also developed in this era was the complex system of astrology , which sought to determine a person's character and future in the movements of the sun , moon , and planets.

Astrology was widely associated with the cult of Tyche luck, fortune , which grew in popularity during this period.

Only one play, Dyskolos , survives in its entirety. The plots of this new Hellenistic comedy of manners were more domestic and formulaic, stereotypical low born characters such as slaves became more important, the language was colloquial and major motifs included escapism , marriage, romance and luck Tyche.

The Supplementum Hellenisticum , a modern collection of extant fragments, contains the fragments of authors. Hellenistic poets now sought patronage from kings, and wrote works in their honor.

The scholars at the libraries in Alexandria and Pergamon focused on the collection, cataloging, and literary criticism of classical Athenian works and ancient Greek myths.

He promoted short poetic forms such as the epigram , epyllion and the iambic and attacked epic as base and common "big book, big evil" was his doctrine.

Callimachus was extremely influential in his time and also for the development of Augustan poetry. Another poet, Apollonius of Rhodes , attempted to revive the epic for the Hellenistic world with his Argonautica.

He had been a student of Callimachus and later became chief librarian prostates of the library of Alexandria. Apollonius and Callimachus spent much of their careers feuding with each other.

Pastoral poetry also thrived during the Hellenistic era, Theocritus was a major poet who popularized the genre.

This period also saw the rise of the ancient Greek novel , such as Daphnis and Chloe and the Ephesian Tale. Greek literature would have a dominant effect on the development of the Latin literature of the Romans.

The poetry of Virgil , Horace and Ovid were all based on Hellenistic styles. During the Hellenistic period, many different schools of thought developed, and these schools of Hellenistic philosophy had a significant influence on the Greek and Roman ruling elite.

Athens, with its multiple philosophical schools, continued to remain the center of philosophical thought. However, Athens had now lost her political freedom, and Hellenistic philosophy is a reflection of this new difficult period.

In this political climate, Hellenistic philosophers went in search of goals such as ataraxia un-disturbedness , autarky self-sufficiency , and apatheia freedom from suffering , which would allow them to wrest well-being or eudaimonia out of the most difficult turns of fortune.

This occupation with the inner life, with personal inner liberty and with the pursuit of eudaimonia is what all Hellenistic philosophical schools have in common.

The Epicureans and the Cynics eschewed public offices and civic service, which amounted to a rejection of the polis itself, the defining institution of the Greek world.

Epicurus promoted atomism and an asceticism based on freedom from pain as its ultimate goal. Cynics such as Diogenes of Sinope rejected all material possessions and social conventions nomos as unnatural and useless.

The Cyrenaics , meanwhile, embraced hedonism , arguing that pleasure was the only true good. Stoicism , founded by Zeno of Citium , taught that virtue was sufficient for eudaimonia as it would allow one to live in accordance with Nature or Logos.

The philosophical schools of Aristotle the Peripatetics of the Lyceum and Plato Platonism at the Academy also remained influential. Against these dogmatic schools of philosophy the Pyrrhonist school embraced philosophical skepticism , and, starting with Arcesilaus , Plato's Academy also embraced skepticism in the form of Academic Skepticism.

In spite of this shift, Hellenistic philosophy continued to influence these three religious traditions and the Renaissance thought which followed them.

Hellenistic culture produced seats of learning throughout the Mediterranean. Hellenistic science differed from Greek science in at least two ways: first, it benefited from the cross-fertilization of Greek ideas with those that had developed in the larger Hellenistic world; secondly, to some extent, it was supported by royal patrons in the kingdoms founded by Alexander's successors.

Especially important to Hellenistic science was the city of Alexandria in Egypt, which became a major center of scientific research in the 3rd century BC.

Hellenistic scholars frequently employed the principles developed in earlier Greek thought: the application of mathematics and deliberate empirical research, in their scientific investigations.

Hellenistic Geometers such as Archimedes c. Euclid developed proofs for the Pythagorean Theorem , for the infinitude of primes, and worked on the five Platonic solids.

Additionally, he may have accurately calculated the distance from the Earth to the Sun and invented the leap day. Astronomers like Hipparchus c. Pliny reports that Hipparchus produced the first systematic star catalog after he observed a new star it is uncertain whether this was a nova or a comet and wished to preserve astronomical record of the stars, so that other new stars could be discovered.

It is a gear mechanical computer which computed the motions of the Sun and Moon, including lunar and solar eclipses predicted on the basis of astronomical periods believed to have been learned from the Babylonians.

Medicine , which was dominated by the Hippocratic tradition, saw new advances under Praxagoras of Kos, who theorized that blood traveled through the veins.

Influenced by Philinus of Cos fl. Bolos of Mendes made developments in alchemy and Theophrastus was known for his work in plant classification.

Krateuas wrote a compendium on botanic pharmacy. Technological developments from the Hellenistic period include cogged gears , pulleys, the screw, Archimedes' screw , the screw press , glassblowing , hollow bronze casting, surveying instruments, an odometer, the pantograph , the water clock , a water organ , and the Piston pump.

The interpretation of Hellenistic science varies widely. Armies of the Hellenistic period differed from those of the classical period in being largely made up of professional soldiers and also in their greater specialization and technical proficiency in siege warfare.

Hellenistic armies were significantly larger than those of classical Greece relying increasingly on Greek mercenaries misthophoroi ; men-for-pay and also on non-Greek soldiery such as Thracians, Galatians, Egyptians and Iranians.

Some ethnic groups were known for their martial skill in a particular mode of combat and were highly sought after, including Tarantine cavalry , Cretan archers, Rhodian slingers and Thracian peltasts.

This period also saw the adoption of new weapons and troop types such as Thureophoroi and the Thorakitai who used the oval Thureos shield and fought with javelins and the machaira sword.

The use of heavily armored cataphracts and also horse archers was adopted by the Seleucids, Greco-Bactrians, Armenians and Pontus.

The use of war elephants also became common. Seleucus received Indian war elephants from the Mauryan empire , and used them to good effect at the battle of Ipsus.

He kept a core of of them at Apameia. The Ptolemies used the smaller African elephant. Hellenistic military equipment was generally characterized by an increase in size.

Hellenistic-era warships grew from the trireme to include more banks of oars and larger numbers of rowers and soldiers as in the Quadrireme and Quinquereme.

The Ptolemaic Tessarakonteres was the largest ship constructed in Antiquity. New siege engines were developed during this period.

An unknown engineer developed the torsion-spring catapult c. Preserved examples of ball projectiles range from 4. The term Hellenistic is a modern invention; the Hellenistic World not only included a huge area covering the whole of the Aegean, rather than the Classical Greece focused on the Poleis of Athens and Sparta , but also a huge time range.

In artistic terms this means that there is huge variety which is often put under the heading of "Hellenistic Art" for convenience.

Hellenistic art saw a turn from the idealistic, perfected, calm and composed figures of classical Greek art to a style dominated by realism and the depiction of emotion pathos and character ethos.

The motif of deceptively realistic naturalism in art aletheia is reflected in stories such as that of the painter Zeuxis , who was said to have painted grapes that seemed so real that birds came and pecked at them.

The dominant ideals of Hellenistic art were those of sensuality and passion. People of all ages and social statuses were depicted in the art of the Hellenistic age.

Artists such as Peiraikos chose mundane and lower class subjects for his paintings. In these subjects he could give consummate pleasure, selling them for more than other artists received for their large pictures" Natural History , Book XXXV.

Even barbarians, such as the Galatians , were depicted in heroic form, prefiguring the artistic theme of the noble savage.

The image of Alexander the Great was also an important artistic theme, and all of the diadochi had themselves depicted imitating Alexander's youthful look.

A number of the best-known works of Greek sculpture belong to the Hellenistic period, including Laocoön and his Sons , Venus de Milo , and the Winged Victory of Samothrace.

Developments in painting included experiments in chiaroscuro by Zeuxis and the development of landscape painting and still life painting.

The royal palace basileion also came into its own during the Hellenistic period, the first extant example being the massive 4th-century villa of Cassander at Vergina.

This period also saw the first written works of art history in the histories of Duris of Samos and Xenocrates of Athens , a sculptor and a historian of sculpture and painting.

There has been a trend in writing the history of this period to depict Hellenistic art as a decadent style, following the Golden Age of Classical Athens.

Pliny the Elder , after having described the sculpture of the classical period, says: Cessavit deinde ars "then art disappeared".

The renewal of the historiographical approach as well as some recent discoveries, such as the tombs of Vergina , allow a better appreciation of this period's artistic richness.

The focus on the Hellenistic period over the course of the 19th century by scholars and historians has led to an issue common to the study of historical periods; historians see the period of focus as a mirror of the period in which they are living.

Many 19th-century scholars contended that the Hellenistic period represented a cultural decline from the brilliance of classical Greece.

Though this comparison is now seen as unfair and meaningless, it has been noted that even commentators of the time saw the end of a cultural era which could not be matched again.

It has been noted by Herodotus that after the establishment of the Athenian democracy:. Not just in one field, but in everything they set their minds to As subjects of a tyrant, what had they accomplished?

Held down like slaves they had shirked and slacked; once they had won their freedom, not a citizen but he could feel like he was labouring for himself" [].

Thus, with the decline of the Greek polis, and the establishment of monarchical states, the environment and social freedom in which to excel may have been reduced.

Michael Rostovtzeff , who fled the Russian Revolution , concentrated predominantly on the rise of the capitalist bourgeoisie in areas of Greek rule.

Arnaldo Momigliano , an Italian Jew who wrote before and after the Second World War, studied the problem of mutual understanding between races in the conquered areas.

Moses Hadas portrayed an optimistic picture of synthesis of culture from the perspective of the s, while Frank William Walbank in the s and s had a materialistic approach to the Hellenistic period, focusing mainly on class relations.

Recently, however, papyrologist C. Peter Green , on the other hand, writes from the point of view of lateth-century liberalism , his focus being on individualism , the breakdown of convention, experiments, and a postmodern disillusionment with all institutions and political processes.

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Syria, Lebanon, Jordan. In addition to the court and the army, Syrian cities were full of Greek businessmen, many of them pure Greeks from Greece.

The senior posts in the civil service were also held by Greeks. Although the Ptolemies and the Seleucids were perpetual rivals, both dynasties were Greek and ruled by means of Greek officials and Greek soldiers.

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These owe something to the pervasive influence of Achaemenid architecture and sculpture, with no little Greek architectural ornament and sculptural style as well.

Notice the florals on the bull capital from Rampurva, and the style of the horse on the Sarnath capital, now the emblem of the Republic of India.

University of British Columbia. The Forgotten Revolution. Berlin: Springer. Retrieved Quote: "The Antikythera Mechanism is now understood to be dedicated to astronomical phenomena and operates as a complex mechanical 'computer' which tracks the cycles of the Solar System.

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As mentioned by Peter Green , numerous factors of conquest have been merged under the term Hellenistic period. Specific areas conquered by Alexander's invading army, including Egypt and areas of Asia Minor and Mesopotamia "fell" willingly to conquest and viewed Alexander as more of a liberator than a conqueror.

In addition, much of the area conquered would continue to be ruled by the Diadochi , Alexander's generals and successors. Initially the whole empire was divided among them; however, some territories were lost relatively quickly, or only remained nominally under Macedonian rule.

After years, only much reduced and rather degenerate states remained, [9] until the conquest of Ptolemaic Egypt by Rome.

Without a chosen successor there were immediate disputes among his generals as to who should be king of Macedon.

Meleager and the infantry supported the candidacy of Alexander's half-brother, Philip Arrhidaeus , while Perdiccas , the leading cavalry commander, supported waiting until the birth of Alexander's child by Roxana.

Perdiccas himself would become regent epimeletes of the empire, and Meleager his lieutenant. Soon, however, Perdiccas had Meleager and the other infantry leaders murdered, and assumed full control.

The first of the Diadochi wars broke out when Perdiccas planned to marry Alexander's sister Cleopatra and began to question Antigonus I Monophthalmus ' leadership in Asia Minor.

Antigonus fled for Greece, and then, together with Antipater and Craterus the satrap of Cilicia who had been in Greece fighting the Lamian war invaded Anatolia.

The rebels were supported by Lysimachus , the satrap of Thrace and Ptolemy, the satrap of Egypt. Although Eumenes , satrap of Cappadocia , defeated the rebels in Asia Minor, Perdiccas himself was murdered by his own generals Peithon , Seleucus , and Antigenes possibly with Ptolemy's aid during his invasion of Egypt c.

Antipater was made regent of the Empire, and the two kings were moved to Macedon. Passing over his own son, Cassander , Antipater had declared Polyperchon his successor as Regent.

Cassander rose in revolt against Polyperchon who was joined by Eumenes and was supported by Antigonus, Lysimachus and Ptolemy. In Asia, Eumenes was betrayed by his own men after years of campaign and was given up to Antigonus who had him executed.

The third war of the Diadochi broke out because of the growing power and ambition of Antigonus. He began removing and appointing satraps as if he were king and also raided the royal treasuries in Ecbatana , Persepolis and Susa , making off with 25, talents.

He then invaded Phoenicia , laid siege to Tyre , stormed Gaza and began building a fleet. Antigonus then sent his son Demetrius to regain control of Greece.

Demetrius now turned his attention to Ptolemy, defeating his fleet at the Battle of Salamis and taking control of Cyprus.

In the aftermath of this victory, Antigonus took the title of king basileus and bestowed it on his son Demetrius Poliorcetes , the rest of the Diadochi soon followed suit.

The decisive engagement of the war came when Lysimachus invaded and overran much of western Anatolia, but was soon isolated by Antigonus and Demetrius near Ipsus in Phrygia.

Seleucus' war elephants proved decisive, Antigonus was killed, and Demetrius fled back to Greece to attempt to preserve the remnants of his rule there by recapturing a rebellious Athens.

After Cassander's death in c. Demetrius fled to central Greece with his mercenaries and began to build support there and in the northern Peloponnese.

He once again laid siege to Athens after they turned on him, but then struck a treaty with the Athenians and Ptolemy, which allowed him to cross over to Asia Minor and wage war on Lysimachus' holdings in Ionia , leaving his son Antigonus Gonatas in Greece.

Seleucus then attempted to conquer Lysimachus' European territories in Thrace and Macedon, but he was assassinated by Ptolemy Ceraunus "the thunderbolt" , who had taken refuge at the Seleucid court and then had himself acclaimed as king of Macedon.

He was quickly hailed as king of Macedon and went on to rule for 35 years. Epirus was a northwestern Greek kingdom in the western Balkans ruled by the Molossian Aeacidae dynasty.

In Pyrrhus nicknamed "the eagle", aetos invaded southern Italy to aid the city state of Tarentum. Though victorious, he was forced to retreat due to heavy losses, hence the term " Pyrrhic victory ".

Pyrrhus then turned south and invaded Sicily but was unsuccessful and returned to Italy. After the death of Pyrrhus, Epirus remained a minor power.

He was known as "the darling of Hellas". Southern Greece was now thoroughly brought into the Roman sphere of influence , though it retained nominal autonomy.

During the Hellenistic period the importance of Greece proper within the Greek-speaking world declined sharply. The conquests of Alexander greatly widened the horizons of the Greek world, making the endless conflicts between the cities which had marked the 5th and 4th centuries BC seem petty and unimportant.

It led to a steady emigration, particularly of the young and ambitious, to the new Greek empires in the east. Many Greeks migrated to Alexandria , Antioch and the many other new Hellenistic cities founded in Alexander's wake, as far away as modern Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Independent city states were unable to compete with Hellenistic kingdoms and were usually forced to ally themselves to one of them for defense, giving honors to Hellenistic rulers in return for protection.

Athens later allied itself to Ptolemaic Egypt to throw off Macedonian rule, eventually setting up a religious cult for the Ptolemaic kings and naming one of the city's phyles in honour of Ptolemy for his aid against Macedon.

Athens was then occupied by Macedonian troops, and run by Macedonian officials. Sparta remained independent, but it was no longer the leading military power in the Peloponnese.

Other city states formed federated states in self-defense, such as the Aetolian League est. These federations involved a central government which controlled foreign policy and military affairs, while leaving most of the local governing to the city states, a system termed sympoliteia.

In states such as the Achaean league, this also involved the admission of other ethnic groups into the federation with equal rights, in this case, non- Achaeans.

One of the few city states who managed to maintain full independence from the control of any Hellenistic kingdom was Rhodes.

With a skilled navy to protect its trade fleets from pirates and an ideal strategic position covering the routes from the east into the Aegean, Rhodes prospered during the Hellenistic period.

It became a center of culture and commerce, its coins were widely circulated and its philosophical schools became one of the best in the Mediterranean.

They retained their independence by the maintenance of a powerful navy, by maintaining a carefully neutral posture and acting to preserve the balance of power between the major Hellenistic kingdoms.

Initially Rhodes had very close ties with the Ptolemaic kingdom. Rome eventually turned on Rhodes and annexed the island as a Roman province.

Further inland was the Illyrian Paeonian Kingdom and the tribe of the Agrianes. Illyrians on the coast of the Adriatic were under the effects and influence of Hellenisation and some tribes adopted Greek, becoming bilingual [29] [30] [31] due to their proximity to the Greek colonies in Illyria.

The Odrysian Kingdom was a union of Thracian tribes under the kings of the powerful Odrysian tribe centered around the region of Thrace. The Thracians and Agrianes were widely used by Alexander as peltasts and light cavalry , forming about one fifth of his army.

The Odrysians used Greek as the language of administration [36] and of the nobility. The nobility also adopted Greek fashions in dress , ornament and military equipment, spreading it to the other tribes.

Southern Italy Magna Graecia and south-eastern Sicily had been colonized by the Greeks during the 8th century. This was the first time a European force had invaded the region.

After this war he controlled most of south-east Sicily and had himself proclaimed king, in imitation of the Hellenistic monarchs of the east. The first Greek colony in the region was Massalia , which became one of the largest trading ports of Mediterranean by the 4th century BC with 6, inhabitants.

Massalia was also the local hegemon , controlling various coastal Greek cities like Nice and Agde. The coins minted in Massalia have been found in all parts of Liguro-Celtic Gaul.

Celtic coinage was influenced by Greek designs, [41] and Greek letters can be found on various Celtic coins, especially those of Southern France.

The Hellenistic period saw the Greek alphabet spread into southern Gaul from Massalia 3rd and 2nd centuries BC and according to Strabo , Massalia was also a center of education, where Celts went to learn Greek.

The Hellenistic states of Asia and Egypt were run by an occupying imperial elite of Greco-Macedonian administrators and governors propped up by a standing army of mercenaries and a small core of Greco-Macedonian settlers.

Hellenistic monarchs ran their kingdoms as royal estates and most of the heavy tax revenues went into the military and paramilitary forces which preserved their rule from any kind of revolution.

Macedonian and Hellenistic monarchs were expected to lead their armies on the field, along with a group of privileged aristocratic companions or friends hetairoi , philoi which dined and drank with the king and acted as his advisory council.

Ptolemy built new cities such as Ptolemais Hermiou in upper Egypt and settled his veterans throughout the country, especially in the region of the Faiyum.

Alexandria , a major center of Greek culture and trade, became his capital city. As Egypt's first port city, it was the main grain exporter in the Mediterranean.

The Egyptians begrudgingly accepted the Ptolemies as the successors to the pharaohs of independent Egypt, though the kingdom went through several native revolts.

The Ptolemaic ruler cult portrayed the Ptolemies as gods, and temples to the Ptolemies were erected throughout the kingdom.

Ptolemy I even created a new god, Serapis , who was combination of two Egyptian gods: Apis and Osiris, with attributes of Greek gods. Ptolemaic administration was, like the ancient Egyptian bureaucracy, highly centralized and focused on squeezing as much revenue out of the population as possible though tariffs, excise duties, fines, taxes and so forth.

A whole class of petty officials, tax farmers, clerks and overseers made this possible. The Egyptian countryside was directly administered by this royal bureaucracy.

Ptolemy himself was eager to patronise the library, scientific research and individual scholars who lived on the grounds of the library.

He and his successors also fought a series of wars with the Seleucids, known as the Syrian wars , over the region of Coele-Syria. All the male rulers of the dynasty took the name Ptolemy.

Ptolemaic queens, some of whom were the sisters of their husbands, were usually called Cleopatra, Arsinoe, or Berenice.

Her suicide at the conquest by Rome marked the end of Ptolemaic rule in Egypt though Hellenistic culture continued to thrive in Egypt throughout the Roman and Byzantine periods until the Muslim conquest.

From there, he created a new empire which expanded to include much of Alexander's near eastern territories. It included a diverse population estimated at fifty to sixty million people.

The kingdoms of Cappadocia, Bithynia and Pontus were all practically independent by this time as well. Seleucus, officially said to be descended from Apollo, had his own priests and monthly sacrifices.

These cities retained traditional Greek city state institutions such as assemblies, councils and elected magistrates, but this was a facade for they were always controlled by the royal Seleucid officials.

Apart from these cities, there were also a large number of Seleucid garrisons choria , military colonies katoikiai and Greek villages komai which the Seleucids planted throughout the empire to cement their rule.

The rest of the army was made up of native troops. He was successful, bringing back most of these provinces into at least nominal vassalage and receiving tribute from their rulers.

In the Treaty of Apamea which ended the war, Antiochus lost all of his territories in Anatolia west of the Taurus and was forced to pay a large indemnity of 15, talents.

It included a reading room and a collection of paintings. Pergamum was also a center of parchment charta pergamena production. The Celts who settled in Galatia came through Thrace under the leadership of Leotarios and Leonnorios c.

The Galatians were well respected as warriors and were widely used as mercenaries in the armies of the successor states. They continued to attack neighboring kingdoms such as Bithynia and Pergamon , plundering and extracting tribute.

Attalus severely defeated the Gauls, forcing them to confine themselves to Galatia. The theme of the Dying Gaul a famous statue displayed in Pergamon remained a favorite in Hellenistic art for a generation signifying the victory of the Greeks over a noble enemy.

Galatia was henceforth dominated by Rome through regional rulers from BC onward. The Bithynians were a Thracian people living in northwest Anatolia.

After Alexander's conquests the region of Bithynia came under the rule of the native king Bas, who defeated Calas, a general of Alexander the Great, and maintained the independence of Bithynia.

Nicomedes also invited the Celtic Galatians into Anatolia as mercenaries, and they later turned on his son Prusias I, who defeated them in battle.

Cappadocia, a mountainous region situated between Pontus and the Taurus mountains, was ruled by a Persian dynasty.

This defeat allowed Pontus to invade and conquer the kingdom. Despite being ruled by a dynasty which was a descendant of the Persian Achaemenid Empire it became hellenized due to the influence of the Greek cities on the Black Sea and its neighboring kingdoms.

Pontic culture was a mix of Greek and Iranian elements; the most hellenized parts of the kingdom were on the coast, populated by Greek colonies such as Trapezus and Sinope , the latter of which became the capital of the kingdom.

Epigraphic evidence also shows extensive Hellenistic influence in the interior. Mithridates, himself of mixed Persian and Greek ancestry, presented himself as the protector of the Greeks against the 'barbarians' of Rome styling himself as "King Mithridates Eupator Dionysus" [71] and as the "great liberator".

Mithridates also depicted himself with the anastole hairstyle of Alexander and used the symbolism of Herakles , from whom the Macedonian kings claimed descent.

After a long struggle with Rome in the Mithridatic wars, Pontus was defeated; part of it was incorporated into the Roman Republic as the province of Bithynia, while Pontus' eastern half survived as a client kingdom.

Orontid Armenia formally passed to the empire of Alexander the Great following his conquest of Persia. Alexander appointed an Orontid named Mithranes to govern Armenia.

Armenia later became a vassal state of the Seleucid Empire , but it maintained a considerable degree of autonomy, retaining its native rulers.

During the reign of the Artaxiads, Armenia went through a period of hellenization. Numismatic evidence shows Greek artistic styles and the use of the Greek language.

Some coins describe the Armenian kings as " Philhellenes ". Cleopatra , the wife of Tigranes the Great , invited Greeks such as the rhetor Amphicrates and the historian Metrodorus of Scepsis to the Armenian court, and—according to Plutarch—when the Roman general Lucullus seized the Armenian capital, Tigranocerta, he found a troupe of Greek actors who had arrived to perform plays for Tigranes.

Parthia was a north-eastern Iranian satrapy of the Achaemenid Empire which later passed on to Alexander's empire. Abundant traces of Hellenism continued under the Parthian empire.

The Parthians used Greek as well as their own Parthian language though lesser than Greek as languages of administration and also used Greek drachmas as coinage.

They enjoyed Greek theater , and Greek art influenced Parthian art. The Parthians continued worshipping Greek gods syncretized together with Iranian deities.

Their rulers established ruler cults in the manner of Hellenistic kings and often used Hellenistic royal epithets.

The Hellenistic influence in Iran was significant in terms of scope, but not depth and durability—unlike the Near East, the Iranian— Zoroastrian ideas and ideals remained the main source of inspiration in mainland Iran, and was soon revived in late Parthian and Sasanian periods.

Its capital was the city of Petra , an important trading city on the incense route. The Nabateans resisted the attacks of Antigonus and were allies of the Hasmoneans in their struggle against the Seleucids , but later fought against Herod the Great.

The hellenization of the Nabateans occurred relatively late in comparison to the surrounding regions. Though the Nabateans originally worshipped their traditional gods in symbolic form such as stone blocks or pillars, during the Hellenistic period they began to identify their gods with Greek gods and depict them in figurative forms influenced by Greek sculpture.

During the Hellenistic period, Judea became a frontier region between the Seleucid Empire and Ptolemaic Egypt and therefore was often the frontline of the Syrian wars, changing hands several times during these conflicts.

This period also saw the rise of a Hellenistic Judaism , which first developed in the Jewish diaspora of Alexandria and Antioch, and then spread to Judea.

The reason for the production of this translation seems to be that many of the Alexandrian Jews had lost the ability to speak Hebrew and Aramaic. Antiochus then banned key Jewish religious rites and traditions in Judea.

He may have been attempting to Hellenize the region and unify his empire and the Jewish resistance to this eventually led to an escalation of violence.

Modern interpretations see this period as a civil war between Hellenized and orthodox forms of Judaism. The Hasmonean Dynasty eventually disintegrated in a civil war , which coincided with civil wars in Rome.

In spite of originally being a revolt against Greek overlordship, the Hasmonean kingdom and also the Herodian kingdom which followed gradually became more and more hellenized.

He considerably enlarged the Temple see Herod's Temple , making it one of the largest religious structures in the world.

The style of the enlarged temple and other Herodian architecture shows significant Hellenistic architectural influence.

The Greek kingdom of Bactria began as a breakaway satrapy of the Seleucid empire, which, because of the size of the empire, had significant freedom from central control.

While victorious in the field, it seems Antiochus came to realise that there were advantages in the status quo perhaps sensing that Bactria could not be governed from Syria , and married one of his daughters to Euthydemus's son, thus legitimising the Greco-Bactrian dynasty.

Indian sources also maintain religious contact between Buddhist monks and the Greeks, and some Greco-Bactrians did convert to Buddhism. This period also marks the beginning of the obfuscation of Greco-Bactrian history.

It is probable that at this point the Greco-Bactrian kingdom split into several semi-independent regions for some years, often warring amongst themselves.

However, Greek urban civilisation seems to have continued in Bactria after the fall of the kingdom, having a hellenising effect on the tribes which had displaced Greek rule.

The Kushan Empire which followed continued to use Greek on their coinage and Greeks continued being influential in the empire. The separation of the Indo-Greek kingdom from the Greco-Bactrian kingdom resulted in an even more isolated position, and thus the details of the Indo-Greek kingdom are even more obscure than for Bactria.

Many supposed kings in India are known only because of coins bearing their name. The numismatic evidence together with archaeological finds and the scant historical records suggest that the fusion of eastern and western cultures reached its peak in the Indo-Greek kingdom.

Large numbers of his coins have been found in India, and he seems to have reigned in Gandhara as well as western Punjab.

Menander converted to Buddhism , and seems to have been a great patron of the religion; he is remembered in some Buddhist texts as 'Milinda'.

He also expanded the kingdom further east into Punjab, though these conquests were rather ephemeral. After the death of Menander c.

This inevitably weakened the Greek position, and territory seems to have been lost progressively. The resulting Indo-Scythian kingdom seems to have gradually pushed the remaining Indo-Greek kingdom towards the east.

Greeks continued being an important part of the cultural world of India for generations. The depictions of the Buddha appear to have been influenced by Greek culture: Buddha representations in the Ghandara period often showed Buddha under the protection of Herakles.

Several references in Indian literature praise the knowledge of the Yavanas or the Greeks. The mlecchas are wedded to the creations of their own fancy", [88] such as flying machines that are generally called vimanas.

The "Brihat-Samhita" of the mathematician Varahamihira says: "The Greeks , though impure, must be honored since they were trained in sciences and therein, excelled others Hellenistic culture was at its height of world influence in the Hellenistic period.

Hellenism or at least Philhellenism reached most regions on the frontiers of the Hellenistic kingdoms.

Though some of these regions were not ruled by Greeks or even Greek speaking elites, certain Hellenistic influences can be seen in the historical record and material culture of these regions.

Other regions had established contact with Greek colonies before this period, and simply saw a continued process of Hellenization and intermixing.

Before the Hellenistic period, Greek colonies had been established on the coast of the Crimean and Taman peninsulas. The Spartocids were a hellenized Thracian family from Panticapaeum.

The Bosporans had long lasting trade contacts with the Scythian peoples of the Pontic-Caspian steppe , and Hellenistic influence can be seen in the Scythian settlements of the Crimea , such as in the Scythian Neapolis.

It later became a Roman client state. Other Scythians on the steppes of Central Asia came into contact with Hellenistic culture through the Greeks of Bactria.

Many Scythian elites purchased Greek products and some Scythian art shows Greek influences. At least some Scythians seem to have become Hellenized, because we know of conflicts between the elites of the Scythian kingdom over the adoption of Greek ways.

These Hellenized Scythians were known as the "young Scythians". The Greek colonies on the west coast of the Black sea , such as Istros , Tomi and Callatis traded with the Thracian Getae who occupied modern-day Dobruja.

From the 6th century BC on, the multiethnic people in this region gradually intermixed with each other, creating a Greco-Getic populace.

The ancient Georgian kingdoms had trade relations with the Greek city-states on the Black Sea coast such as Poti and Sukhumi. The kingdom of Colchis , which later became a Roman client state, received Hellenistic influences from the Black Sea Greek colonies.

In Arabia, Bahrain , which was referred to by the Greeks as Tylos , the centre of pearl trading, when Nearchus came to discover it serving under Alexander the Great.

It is not known whether Bahrain was part of the Seleucid Empire , although the archaeological site at Qalat Al Bahrain has been proposed as a Seleucid base in the Persian Gulf.

Carthage was a Phoenician colony on the coast of Tunisia. Carthaginian culture came into contact with the Greeks through Punic colonies in Sicily and through their widespread Mediterranean trade network.

While the Carthaginians retained their Punic culture and language, they did adopt some Hellenistic ways, one of the most prominent of which was their military practices.

After their defeat in the First Punic War , Carthage hired a Spartan mercenary captain, Xanthippus of Carthage , to reform their military forces.

Xanthippus reformed the Carthaginian military along Macedonian army lines. By the 2nd century BC, the kingdom of Numidia also began to see Hellenistic culture influence its art and architecture.

The Numidian royal monument at Chemtou is one example of Numidian Hellenized architecture. Reliefs on the monument also show the Numidians had adopted Greco-Macedonian type armor and shields for their soldiers.

Ptolemaic Egypt was the center of Hellenistic influence in Africa and Greek colonies also thrived in the region of Cyrene, Libya. There was a temple to Serapis , the Greco-Egyptian god.

Widespread Roman interference in the Greek world was probably inevitable given the general manner of the ascendancy of the Roman Republic.

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