Alexander the Great and the Hellenistic Age: A Short History

Alexander the Great and the Hellenistic Age: A Short History

Peter Green


The publication starts with the character and achievements of alexander the good, and maintains with the army and political violence of the successor-kingdoms that fought over his inheritancethis period observed many very important advancements: a shift from the oral to the written; a movement from the general public to the personal and a brand new individualist ethos; an important development in slavery, and as a result a glut of slave-labour which destroyed the motivation to innovate; a starting to be hole among wealthy and negative; a becoming flavor for luxurious

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