By R. Malcolm Errington
A historical past of the Hellenistic international presents an attractive examine the Macedonian monarchies within the interval following the reign of Alexander the nice, and examines their impression at the Greek world.
•Offers a essentially prepared narrative with specific emphasis on nation and governmental structures
•Makes broad use of inscriptions in translation to demonstrate the continued power of the Greek urban states sooner than the Roman conquest
•Emphasizes the categorical Macedonian origins of all energetic individuals within the construction of the Hellenistic world
•Highlights the relationships among Greek city-states and Macedonian monarchies
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3. 3; Curt. 11 ff. 12, for the hostages: fratres may be an error for filii). Parmenion’s murderers: Kleandros, Menidas and Sitalkes (Arr. 3); Kleandros (Curt. ); Kleandros, Agathon, Sitalkes and Herakon (Curt. 1). The charges against Parmenion were either fabricated (Curt. 13–14) or extracted from Philotas under torture (Curt. ). 2–3 (Sitalkes, Kleandros and Herakon). 65 Meleagros (Curt. 18) is a notable exception. Koinos died soon after his opposition to Alexander at the Hyphasis (Curt. 20; Arr.
4–10; a different version in Diod. 1–2; cf. Curt. 1. 6, and 3. 11–15 (for the arrest and death of Sisines). 50 Bosworth (Arrian i 190) points out that from the Gates to Tarsos it is only about ‘55 km, a manageable day’s stint for the advance column’. And it appears more likely that Alexander himself The ‘Old Guard’ 15 that the Vulgate discusses the arrest of Alexandros Lynkestes, who, like the doctor Philippos, had allegedly been bribed by the Persian King. On this occasion, as on others, Parmenion’s advice was disregarded and proved to be wrong.
Curt. ; Plut. Alex. 7–11). But, in the end, Alexander and his new empire were well rid of Black Kleitos. 4. Antipatros: An ‘Old Rope’ Literature. Berve ii 46–51, no. 94; Kaerst, RE i (1894), 2501–2508, no. 12; D. Kanatsulis, Antipatros. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte Makedoniens in der Zeit Philipps, Alexanders und der Diadochen (Diss. Munich 1940; publ. Adams, ‘Antipater and Cassander: Generalship on Restricted Resources in the Fourth Century’, AncW 10 (1985), 79–88. (Plut. Demosth. 5) A letter of his [sc.
A History of the Hellenistic World: 323 - 30 BC by R. Malcolm Errington