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Ferguson, John, 1921-. The heritage of Hellenism; the Greek world from 323 . Greece - Civilization - To 146 .
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At this time the Greek world in the East was restricted to the area of present-day Greece and the Aegean shore of Asia Minor. By the mid-fourth century Macedon under Philip II dominated the Greek city states, and his son Alexander led them in the conquest of the Persian empire.
It covers a multitude of topics, too many to even list. I read it with Michel Austin's The Hellenistic World from Alexander to the Roman Conquest: A Selection of Ancient Sources in Translation, which complements Shipley very nicely.
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Hellenistic Sculpture (323 . was much more varied and extreme than sculpture produced during the Classical period. Some of the most beautiful pieces of Greek statuary, including the Nike of Samonthrace, the Dying Gaul, Apollo Belvedere, and the Lacoön Group, date back to Hellenistic times. The Dying Gual has the hair and facial features of an ethnic Gaul. The Lacoon, now at Vatican Museum, features a father and two sons struggling to entangle themselves from the grasps of giant serpents