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Tom Boiy
Between High and Low
A Chronology of the Early Hellenistic Period


Abbreviations
Introduction
1 Sources with chronological information - a survey
1.1 Greek and Latin sources
1.1.1 Classical literature
1.1.2 Greek inscriptions and papyri
1.2 Cuneiform sources
1.2.1 Date formulas
1.2.2 Astronomical tablets
1.2.3 Historical texts
1.3 Egyptian sources
1.3.1 Demotic papyri
1.3.2 Hieroglyphic inscriptions
1.3.3 Hieratic inscriptions
1.3.4 Greek papyrus
1.4 Aramaic sources
1.4.1 Ostraca from Idumaea
1.4.2 Leather document from Afghanistan (Bactria)
1.5 Lydian sources
1.6 Numismatic sources
2 A political history from Alexander the Great until the Successor Kings. A relative chronological survey of the events
2.1 Alexander the Great in the East
2.2 Alexander's Empire after Alexander
2.2.1 From Babylon to Triparadeisus: the Lamian War and the first Diadoch War
2.2.2 From Triparadeisus to Antipater's death: the first episode of the second Diadoch War
2.2.3 From Antipater's death to Eumenes' death: the second episode of the second Diadoch War
2.2.4 From Eumenes' death to the Peace of the Dynasts: the third Diadoch War
2.2.5 War in Babylonia
3 A reconstruction of the chronological framework
3.1 The chronology of the early Hellenistic period in later chronographical works
3.1.1 Ptolemy's Royal Canon and other Greek chronographers
3.1.2 Chronographical information in historical and astronomical cuneiform tablets
3.2 How the inhabitants of Alexander's Empire dated their documents both during Alexander's lifetime and immediately afterwards
3.2.1 In Babylonia
3.2.2 In Lydia
3.2.3 In Egypt
3.2.4 In Idumaea
3.2.5 In Phoenicia
3.3 A relative chronology based on chronographical works and documents
3.4 Chronographical reconstruction: an absolute chronology of the early Hellenistic period
Appendix 1: Diodor's chronological framework for the early Hellenistic period
Appendix 2: Athenian chronology. Archons and anagrapheis of the early Hellenistic period
4 Political history of the early Hellenistic period after Alexander's death in its chronological perspective
4.1 Modern chronological reconstructions
4.1.1 Traditional high chronology
4.1.2 Reaction: the low chronology
4.1.3 Revival of the high chronology
4.1.4 Eclectic chronologies
4.1.5 Low-high-low: a new eclectic chronology for the early Hellenistic period
4.1.6 The chronology of the events after Gaza
4.2 A dated political history of the early Hellenistic period
4.2.1 From Babylon to Triparadeisus: the Lamian War and the first Diadoch War (June 323 - summer 320 BC)
4.2.2 From Triparadeisus to Antipater's death: first episode of the second Diadoch War (Summer 320 - Autumn 319 BC)
4.2.3 From Antipater's death to Eumenes' death: second episode of the second Diadoch War (Autumn 319 - Winter 317/6 BC)
4.2.4 From Eumenes' death to the Peace of the Dynasts: the third Diadoch War (Winter 317/6 - November 311 BC)
4.2.5 War in Babylonia (Autumn 311 - August 309 BC)
4.3 Timetable
Conclusion
Bibliographie
Indices


Cover: Between High and Low, Verlag Antike e.K.

Februar 2008, Lieferbar
€ 29,90 [D], 175 Seiten
Gebunden, mit Fadenheftung
ISBN: 978-3-938032-20-6
Oikumene. Studien zur antiken Weltgeschichte, Bd. 5


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