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The northern ethnological boundaries of Hellenism

StilpoМ„n P. KyriakideМ„s

The northern ethnological boundaries of Hellenism

by StilpoМ„n P. KyriakideМ„s

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Published by Hakkert in Amsterdam .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementStilpon P. Kyriakides.
ContributionsIdryma Meletōn Chersonēsou tou Aimou.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21016646M
ISBN 109025608094
OCLC/WorldCa6980943

Start studying Western Civilization Chapters Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Notes on Hellenism I. Hellenism a. Refers to the period of Greek cultural and political domination of the eastern part of the Mediterranean through Persia to India b. Lasts from the lifetime of Alexander the Great ( BCE) until the dawn of the Roman Empire in 50 BCE c. Spread Greek culture and philosophy throughout the empire Size: 6KB.

Early Christianity (up to the First Council of Nicaea in ) spread from the Eastern Mediterranean throughout the Roman Empire and beyond. Originally, this progression was closely connected to already established Jewish centers in the Holy Land and the Jewish first followers of Christianity were Jews or proselytes, commonly referred to as Jewish Christians and God-fearers. An Ethnological Map Illustrating Hellenism in the Balkan Peninsula and Asia Minor. London, United Kingdom: Edward Stanford. Stickney, Edith Pierpont (). Southern Albania or Northern Epirus in European International Affairs, – Stanford, California: Stanford .

-Expanded the boundaries of Judea by conquest-Reduced the influence of Hellenism-Maccabean Revolt: sparked by Antiochus IV outlawing Judaism and compelling Hellenization-Rural Jewish priest Mattathias sparked revolt against Seleucid by refusing to worship Greek gods. Killed Hellenistic Jew. {Old Testament History} Between the Testaments - The Hellenistic Period The Impact of Hellenism on the Jews. Alexander the Great had been a missionary as well as a conqueror. From his teacher Aristotle he had been taught the virtues of Greek philosophy and the Greek "way of life." Although his journeys through the east caused him to adopt non-Greek practices, and a Greek purist would be.


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