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The Seleucids. The Decline and Fall of Their Empire

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ISBN: 83-86956-55-0
Description: softcover, (24x16,5cm), 143 pp., 16 figs, 2 plates
Condition: very good
Weight: 385g.

 

 

 

Jozef Wolski, The Seleucids. The Decline and Fall of Their Empire, Cracow 1999


Introduction
Chapter I: THE SELEUCID MONARCHY IN THE HISTORICAL PROCESS
Chapter II: THE NEAR EAST BEFORE THE FOUNDATION OF THE SELEUCID MONARCHY
Chapter III: THE BUILDING OF THE SELEUCID EMPIRE
THE FIRTS THREATS IN ASIA MINOR AND IRAN
Chapter IV: CRITICISM OF SOURCES FOR THE CRISIS IN THE SELEUCID STATE (MID 3RD CENTURY BC)
Chapter V: THE BEGINNING OF THE CRISIS
THE REVOLT OF ANDRAGORAS IN PARTHIA
Chapter VI: THE APOGEE OF THE CRISIS IN IRAN. THE REVOLT OF DIODOTUS IN BACTRIA, ARSACES' INVASION OF PARTHIA, THE FOUNDATION OF THE PARTHIAN STATE
Chapter VII: THE IRANIAN EXPEDITION OF SELEUCUS II
CALLINICUS (232-231 BC)
Chapter VIII:THE EFFORTS OF ANTIOCHUS III TO HALT THE DECLINE OF THE STATE
Chapter IX: ANTIOCHUS III' S EXPEDITION TO THE EAST
Chapter X: THE SELEUCIDS AND THE THREAT FROM ROME
Chapter XI: THE ELIMINATION OF THE SYRIAN MONARCHY OF THE SELEUCIDS
Chronological table
Literary sources
Selected bibliography
Index of ancient sources
Index of modern authors
General index

 

 

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