||Ancient warfare and civilization
Ancient warfare and civilization. ^A1093032
||The legacy of Alexander the Great -- The Babylon conferences -- Rebellion -- Perdiccas, Ptolemy, and Alexander's corpse -- The first War of the Successors -- Polyperchon's moment -- The triumph of Cassander -- Hunting Eumenes in Iran -- Antigonus, Lord of Asia -- The restoration of Seleucus -- Warfare in Greece -- The end of Antigonus -- The kingdoms of Ptolemy and Seleucus -- Demetrius resurgent -- The fall of Demetrius -- The last successors -- Timeline -- Cast of characters -- Genealogies.
||"Dividing the spoils" revives the memory of Alexander's Successors, whose fame has been dimmed only because they stand in his enormous shadow. In fact, Alexander left things in a mess at the time of his death, with no guaranteed succession, no administration in place suitable for such an enormous realm, and huge untamed areas both bordering and within his 'empire'. The Successors consolidated the Conqueror's gains. Their competing ambitions, however, meant that consolidation inevitably led to the break-up of the empire.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references(p. -263) and index.|
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|ISBN||9780195395235 (hc. : alk. paper) :|
|ISBN||0195395239 (hc. : alk. paper)|