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Rome enters the Greek East : from anarchy to hierarchy in the Hellenistic Mediterranean, 230-170 BC /

Arthur M. Eckstein.

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Main Author: Eckstein, Arthur M.
Published: Malden, MA ; Blackwell Pub., 2008.
Topics: Internationale betrekkingen. | Politieke aspecten. | Expansionspolitik. | Internationale betrekkingen. | Politieke aspecten. | Expansionspolitik.
Regions: Greece - History - 281-146 B.C. | Rome - Relations - Greece. | Greece - Relations - Rome. | Rome. | Griekenland. | Midden-Oosten. | Römisches Reich. | Hellenistische Staaten. | Hellenistische Staaten. | Römisches Reich. | Griekenland. | Midden-Oosten. | Rome.
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Rome in contact with the Greek East, 230-205 BC -- Roman expansion and the pressures of anarchy -- Rome and Illyria, ca. 230-217 BC -- Rome, the Greek states, and Macedon, 217-205 BC -- The power-transition crisis in the Greek Mediterranean, 207-200 BC -- The pact between the kings and the crisis in the eastern Mediterranean state-system, 207-200 BC -- Reaction : diplomatic revolution in the Mediterranean, 203/202-200 BC -- Diplomatic revolution in the Mediterranean, II : the Roman decision to intervene, 201/200 BC -- From hegemonic war to hierarchy, 200-170 BC -- Hegemonic war, I : Rome and Macedon, 200-196 BC -- Hegemonic war, II : Rome and Antiochus the Great, 200-188 BC -- Hierarchy and unipolarity, ca. 188-170 BC.
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