2 edition of Egypt, from Alexander the Great to the Arab conquest found in the catalog.
Egypt, from Alexander the Great to the Arab conquest
Bell, H. Idris Sir
|Series||Gregynog lectures for 1946, Gregynog lectures -- 1946.|
|LC Classifications||DT92 .B46|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 168 p.|
|Number of Pages||168|
|LC Control Number||49009355|
Egypt After the Pharoahs treats the period which witnessed the arrival of the Greeks and Hellenistic culture in Egypt, the reign of the Ptolemies from Ptolemy I to Cleopatra, the conquest by Rome, the scientific and cultural achievements of Alexandria, and the rise of Christianity. The rich social, cultural, and intellectual ferment of this period comes alive in Alan Bowman's . African Studies American Studies Ancient Near East and Egypt Art History Asian Studies Book History and Perspectives on Panopolis: An Egyptian town from Alexander the Great to the Arab Conquest Acts From an International Symposium Held in Leiden on 16, 17 and 18 December Panopolis in the Fourth Century A.D. M. MOSHER, JR., The Book.
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More than three hundred letters written in Greek and Egyptian by women in Egypt in the millennium from Alexander the Great to the Arab conquest survive on papyrus and pottery. Written by women from various walks of life, they shed light on critical social aspects of life in Egypt after the pharaohs. Alexandria was founded in c. BC by Alexander the Great, king of Macedon and leader of the Greek League of Corinth, during his conquest of the Achaemenid Empire. An Egyptian village named Rhacotis existed at the location and grew into the Egyptian quarter of y: Egypt.
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Mikhail Maksi Iskander, Cairo: General Egyptian Book Organization, pp by Alan M. Fildes & Dr. Joann Fletcher. Alexander III of Macedon ( bc), better known to history as 'Alexander the Great', spent several months in Egypt as part of his on-going campaign against the mighty Persian Empire of Darius III.
After conquering Persia's naval bases all along the coastline of Asia Minor and Syria-Palestine, Alexander marched south into Egypt where. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
Egypt, from Alexander the Great to the Arab conquest by Bell, H. Idris Sir; 6 editions; First published in ; Subjects: History, Manuscripts (Papyri), Study and teaching; Places: Egypt; Times: Greco Roman period, B.C A.D.
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The Great Arab Conquests by Hugh Kennedy is a delightful book to read, full of interesting facts and great stories. I have read numerous books on the Roman Empire, Byzantium and the Crusades, this book fills in the gaps between those periods.
The Great Arab Conquests covers the period from death of the Prophet Mohammed in to the beginning /5. Alexander III of Macedon (Greek: Αλέξανδρος Γʹ ὁ Μακεδών, Aléxandros III ho Makedȏn; 20/21 July BC – 10/11 June BC), commonly known as Alexander the Great (Greek: Ἀλέξανδρος ὁ Μέγας, Aléxandros ho Mégas), was a king of the ancient Greek kingdom of Macedon and a member of the Argead was born in Pella in BC and Father: Philip II of Macedon.
Get this from a library. Egypt, from Alexander the Great to the Arab conquest: a study in the diffusion and decay of Hellenism. [H Idris Bell]. of government in Egypt, a situation that lasted for nearly 1, years until the Arab conquest in CE. Foundation of the Museum. After Alexander’s death in the city of Babylon, his cousin Ptolemy hijacked theFile Size: KB.
Get this from a library. Egypt, from Alexander the Great to the Arab conquest; a study in the diffusion and decay of Hellenism. [H Idris Bell] -- This collection of lectures discusses the science of papyrology as well as the interaction between Hellenism and Egypt, and the decay of Hellenistic elements in Egypt.
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The study of ancient law has blossomed in recent years. In English alone there have been dozens of studieBrand: Cambridge University Press. Palestine - Palestine - From Alexander the Great to 70 ce: To Alexander, Palestine was, as to many before him, a corridor leading to Egypt, the outlying Persian province.
Consequently, in his attack on that province after the Battle of Issus ( bce), he confined his attention, in his passage southward, to reducing the coastal cities that might form bases for the Persian fleet. Get this from a library.
Egypt, from Alexander the Great to the Arab conquest: a study in the diffusion and decay of Hellenism: being the Gregynog lectures for [H Idris Bell]. Ptolemy II, who became the ruler of Egypt after Alexander the Great in the third century BC, was a great patron of learning.
In Alexandria, he established a library which eventually contained some.The Muslim conquest of Egypt by the Arabs took place between and AD and was overseen by the Rashidun ended the long period of Roman and Byzantine rule in Egypt.
Byzantine rule in the country had been shaken, as Egypt had been conquered and occupied for a decade by the Sassanid Empire in –, before being recovered by the Location: Egypt, Libya."Egypt After the Pharoahs" treats the period which witnessed the arrival of the Greeks and Hellenistic culture in Egypt, the reign of the Ptolemies from Ptolemy I to Cleopatra, the conquest by Rome, the scientific and cultural achievements of Alexandria, and the rise of Christianity/5.