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The Hellenistic Age Week VI Notes

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Week Six notes, lecture and verbal notes
European to 1648
Joseph Bell
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sarah Notetaker on Saturday October 8, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 105 at Western Nevada College taught by Joseph Bell in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 3 views. For similar materials see European to 1648 in History at Western Nevada College.


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Date Created: 10/08/16
The Hellenistic World and the Roman Republic Thursday, October 6, 2016 1:00 PM Covered in these notes: Phillip Alexander Hellenistic Age Phillip II and the Conquest of Greece -Phillip II ( 359-336BCE) Creates a strong and dynamic Macedon -Reformsthe army -Recruits peasants and turned them professional -Arms them with a Sirisa (very effective) -Philip invades Greece -Battle of Chaeronea 338 BCE (victory) -Crushed Thebes, respected Athens -337- Corinthian League -Meets at Corinth and unites Greece to invade Persia -Assassinated and son takes over -Alexander turned out to be a good general -Alexander invades Asia Minor in 334 BCE -Latches on to fathers idea of uniting Greece -Battle of Granicus River -333 BCE Battle of Issus -Darius III mobilizes forces to meet Alex with larger force, fought in confined field and lost even with larger force -Alexander takes all Persian territorywest of Mesopotamia -331 BCE Gaugamel (also faced Darius) -Alex took the title of Great King of Persia- pissed a lot of people off in Greece -Alex conquered as far as India -Died in 323 BCE due to weakness -Left no children The Diadochi -Alexander's kingdom divided up between top generals -Antigonid Macedonia 276BCE -Seleucid Empire -Biggest land of successors -Pergamum 63 BCE -PtolemaicEgypt -Most lasting -Hellenistic Age -Spread culture throughout the East -Flourishing of culture -Significant achievementsin art, litereature, science,…everything


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