The Rise of the Hellenistic Kingdoms 336-250 BC

The story of Ancient Greece, its City States, Kingdoms, Empire, heroes and Alexander is gripping stuff and this book tells its part of the story very well. There is a photo-plate section in illustration but this is a narration of an exciting story with heroes, false heroes and much action – Very Highly Recommended.

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NAME: The Rise of the Hellenistic Kingdoms 336-250 BC
FILE: R3029
AUTHOR: Philip Matyszak
PUBLISHER: Pen & Sword
BINDING: hard back
PRICE: £19.99
GENRE: Non Fiction
SUBJECT: Macedonia, Alexander the Great, city states, kingdoms, Alexander's 
successors, Asia Minor, Greece, Mediterranean, the Levant, Egypt, Successor 
Kingdoms

ISBN: 1-47387-476-9

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DESCRIPTION: The story of Ancient Greece, its City States, Kingdoms, Empire, 
heroes and Alexander is gripping stuff and this book tells its part of the story very 
well. There is a photo-plate section in illustration but this is a narration of an 
exciting story with heroes, false heroes and much action – Very Highly 
Recommended.

Ancient Greece contributed so much to modern history that it is a great shame that 
very few schools still teach the history of Ancient Greece, Carthage and Rome. The 
publishers are assembling a very impressive catalogue of histories of Ancient Greece 
and they are fascinating. This new book is no exception and tells the powerful story 
of how Greek history survived the meteor of Alexander and his brief world empire, 
setting a pattern for the development of Kingdoms that became the basis of empires 
and marked even the events of today.

For those with an established interest, this is a great book to add to their knowledge 
of the subjects. For those that wonder what the excitement is about, you have been 
missing a great deal. Understanding Ancient Greek history provides the foundations 
on which to build an understanding of human, political and military history through 
the rise and fall of Rome to modern times.