Alexander to Actium : The Historical Evolution of the Hellenistic Age (Hellenistic Culture and Society)

Alexander to Actium : The Historical Evolution of the Hellenistic Age (Hellenistic Culture and Society)

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基本説明

New in paperback. Hardcover was published in 1990.

Table of Contents

        List of Maps                               xiii
Preface and Acknowledgments xv
PART ONE. ALEXANDER'S FUNERAL GAMES, 323--276 1 (134)
B.C.
Perdiccas, Eumenes, Cassander, 323--316 3 (18)
Antigonus One-Eye's Bid for Empire, 316--301 21 (15)
Demetrius of Phaleron: The Philosopher-King 36 (16)
in Action
Zeno, Diogenes, Epicurus, and Political 52 (13)
Disenchantment
Theophrastus, Menander, and the 65 (15)
Transformation of Attic Comedy
The Politics of Royal Patronage: Early 80 (12)
Ptolemaic Alexandria
Early Hellenistic Art and Its Antecedents, 92 (27)
380--270: Space, Pathos, Realism; or, The
Horse as Critic
The Division of the Spoils, 301--276 119 (16)
PART TWO. THE ZENITH CENTURY, 276--222 B.C. 135 (132)
Ptolemy Philadelphos and Antigonus Gonatas, 137 (18)
276--239
The New Urban Culture: Alexandria, Antioch, 155 (16)
Pergamon
The Critic as Poet: Callimachus, Aratus of 171 (16)
Soli, Lycophron
Kingship and Bureaucracy: The Government of 187 (14)
the Successor Kingdoms
Armchair Epic: Apollonius Rhodius and the 201 (15)
Voyage of Argo
Events in the West: Sicily, Magna Graecia, 216 (17)
Rome
Urbanized Pastoralism, or vice versa: The 233 (15)
Idylls of Theocritus, the Mimes of Herodas
The Road to Sellasia, 239--222 248 (19)
PART THREE. PHALANX AND LEGION, 221--168 B.C. 267 (166)
Polybius and the New Era 269 (17)
Antiochus III, Philip V, and the Roman 286 (26)
Factor, 221--196
The Spread of Hellenism: Exploration, 312 (24)
Assimilation, Colonialism; or, The Dog That
Barked in the Night
Middle-Period Hellenistic Art, 270--150: Si 336 (26)
monumentum requiris...
Production, Trade, Finance 362 (20)
The Individual and Society: Slavery, 382 (14)
Revolution, Utopias
Ruler Cults, Traditional Religion, and the 396 (18)
Ambivalence of Tyche
From Cynoscephalae to Pydna: The Decline and 414 (19)
Fall of Macedonia, 196--168
PART FOUR. THE BREAKING OF NATIONS, 167--116 433 (112)
B.C.
The Wilderness as Peace, 167--146 435 (18)
Mathematics and Astronomy: The Alternative 453 (14)
Immortality
Technological Developments: Science as Praxis 467 (13)
Hellenistic Medicine; or, The Eye Has Its 480 (17)
Limitations
Hellenism and the Jews: An Ideological 497 (28)
Resistance Movement?
Ptolemaic and Seleucid Decadence and the Rise 525 (20)
of Parthia, 145--116
PART FIVE. ROME TRIUMPHANT, 116--30 B.C. 545 (138)
Mithridates, Sulla, and the Freedom of the 547 (19)
Greeks, 116--80
Late Hellenistic Art, 150--30: The Mass 566 (20)
Market in Nostalgia
Foreign and Mystery Cults, Oracles, 586 (16)
Astrology, Magic
Academics, Skeptics, Peripatetics, Cynics 602 (16)
The Garden of Epicurus 618 (13)
Stoicism: The Wide and Sheltering Porch 631 (16)
Caesar, Pompey, and the Last of the 647 (36)
Ptolemies, 80--30
Chronology 683 (48)
Genealogical Tables 731 (10)
Notes 741 (168)
Select Bibliography 909 (20)
Index 929