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Alexander the Great and the Hellenistic Age - AHIS341

Alexander the Great's extraordinary conquests (towards the end of the fourth century BC) opened up vast areas of the ancient Near-East to Greek influences. This unit deals with the political and cultural history of the eastern Mediterranean area, beginning with Alexander's invasion of the Persian Empire, and in some detail with his personality and policies. This unit follows the fortunes of his successors in the third and second centuries BC, the Hellenisation of native peoples, and reactions to cultural change, down to the early first century AD, under the Roman Empire.

Credit Points: 3
When Offered:

2013 - Next offered in 2013

Staff Contact(s): Dr Christopher Forbes
Prerequisites:

30cp or (6cp in AHIS or AHST units at 200 level) Prerequisite Information

Corequisites:

NCCW(s): AHIS241, AHST222, AHST322
Unit Designation(s):
Unit Type:
Assessed As: Graded
Offered By:

Department of Ancient History

Faculty of Arts

Timetable Information

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