ePub Rome Enters the Greek East: From Anarchy to Hierarchy in the Hellenistic Mediterranean, 230-170 BC download
by Arthur M. Eckstein
It was only after 150 BC that Rome started to curb the Greek states from rising further and threatening the growing power of Rome. I learned much about Greco-Roman history and the various wars and politics from 230-170 BC. The author defends his thesis well for a broad enough audience.
It was only after 150 BC that Rome started to curb the Greek states from rising further and threatening the growing power of Rome.
Start by marking Rome Enters the Greek East: From Anarchy . It was only after 150 BC that Rome started to curb the Greek states from rising further and threatening the growing power of Rome.
The author is attempting to use modern theories of international relations to examine this era in Greco-Roman history.
Home Browse Books Book details, Rome Enters the Greek East . Includes detailed discussion of the crisis that convulsed the Greek world in the last decade of the third century BC. Provides a balanced.
Home Browse Books Book details, Rome Enters the Greek East: From Anarchy t. . Provides a balanced portrait of Roman militarism andimperialism in the Hellenistic world.
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The book breaks down into three main sections.
The present work likewise makes a forceful argument for the utility of modern international relations theory as a lens through which to study the nuances of the growth of Roman power. The book breaks down into three main sections. The first covers the period 230-205 BCE and the first hesitant Roman moves across the Adriatic.
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Arthur M. Eckstein is a specialist in the history of Roman imperialism. Part I Rome in Contact with the Greek East, 230–205 BC 1. 1 Roman Expansion and the Pressures of Anarchy 3. 2 Rome and Illyria, ca. 230–217 bc 29. 3 Rome, the Greek States, and Macedon, 217–205 bc 77.
In: ВЕСТНИК ДРЕВНЕЙ ИСТОРИИ, 2012, p. 228-236. Вестник древней истории.
Interstate Relations - Eckstein(. Rome Enters the Greek East. The port of Oea (now Tripoli) was founded by Phoenicians around 500 BC. Greek traders settled in the Cyrenaica region (eastern Libya) in the seventh century BC, founding Cyrene in 630 BC. Roman settlements appeared in Libya in the third century BC, growing in importance following Rome’s sacking of Carthage in 146 BC. Te port of Leptis Magna was founded in Tripolitania in the frst century AD, becoming a major centre of commerce until it fell to the Vandals early in the fifth century.
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