Alexander's Heirs: The Age of the Successors by Edward M. Anson

By Edward M. Anson

Alexander’s Heirs deals a story account of the nearly 40 years following the dying of Alexander the good, in which his generals vied for keep watch over of his titanic empire, and during their conflicts and politics eventually created the Hellenistic Age.

  • Offers an account of the facility struggles among Alexander’s rival generals within the 40  yr interval following his death
  • Discusses how Alexander’s sizeable empire finally turned the Hellenistic World
  • Makes complete use of basic and secondary sources
  • Accessible to a wide viewers of scholars, college students, and the proficient basic reader
  • Explores vital scholarly debates at the Diadochi

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