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Two - Hellenistic Imperialism and the Ideal of World Unity

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Abbreviations

ANET

J. B. Pritchard, ed. (1969). Ancient Near Eastern Texts Relating to the Old Testament. 3rd ed. Princeton.

BCHP

R. J. van der Spek and I. L. Finkel. Babylonian Chronicles of the Hellenistic Period (preliminary online at www.livius.org).

BM

British Museum.

CT

D. Kennedy, ed. (1968). Cuneiform Texts from Babylonian Tablets in the British Museum. London.

I.Délos

F. Dürrbach, ed. (1923–37). Inscriptions de Délos. Paris.

OGIS

W. Dittenberger, ed. (1903–5). Orientis Graeci Inscriptiones Selectae. Leipzig.

S-H

A. J. Sachs and H. Hunger, eds. 1988, 1989, 1996). Astronomical Diaries and Related Texts from Babylonia. 3 vols. Vienna.

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Austin, M. M. (1981). The Hellenistic World from Alexander to the Roman Conquest: A Selection of Ancient Sources in Translation. Cambridge.
Austin, M. M. (1986). “Hellenistic Kings, War, and the Economy,” Classical Quarterly 36: 450–66.
Austin, M. M. (1999). “Krieg und Kultur im Seleukidenreich,” in K. Brodersen, ed., Zwischen Ost und West. Studien zur Geschichte des Seleukidenreichs: 129–66. Hamburg.
Baldry, H. C. (1959). “Zeno’s Ideal State,” Journal of Hellenic Studies 73: 3–15.
Baldry, H. C. (2009). The Unity of Mankind in Greek Thought. Cambridge.
Bang, P. F., and C. A. Bayly, eds. (2003). Tributary Empires in History: Comparative Perspectives from Antiquity to the Late Medieval. London.
Barbantani, S. (2001). Phatis Nikēphoros. Frammenti di elegia encomiastica nell’età delle Guerre Galatiche. Milan.
Barton, G. A. (1918). Miscellaneous Babylonian Inscriptions. New Haven.
Beaulieu, P.-A. (2004). “World Hegemony, 900–300 BCE,” in D. C. Snell, ed., A Companion to the Ancient Near East: 48–62. Oxford.
Bergmann, M. (1998). Die Strahlen der Herrscher. Theomorphes Herrscherbild und politische Symbolik im Hellenismus und in der römischen Kaiserzeit. Mainz.
Bingen, J. (2007). “The Dynastic Politics of Cleopatra VII,” in J. Bingen, ed., Hellenistic Egypt, Monarchy, Society, Economy, Culture: 63–79. Edinburgh.
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Bosbach, F. (1985). Monarchia Universalis. Ein politischer Leitbegriff der frühen Neuzeit. Munich.
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Bosworth, A. B. (2006). “Alexander the Great and the Creation of the Hellenistic Age,” in G. R. Bugh, ed., The Cambridge Companion to the Hellenistic World: 9–27. Cambridge.
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Cool Root, M. (1979). The King and Kingship in Achaemenid Art: Essays on the Creation of an Iconography of Empire. Leiden.
Crone, P., and M. Hinds. (1986). God’s Caliph: Religious Authority in the First Centuries of Islam. Cambridge.
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Frye, R. N. (1996). The Heritage of Central Asia: From Antiquity to the Turkish Expansion. Princeton.
Gehrke, H.-J. (1982). “Der siegreiche König: Überlegungen zur hellenistischen Monarchie,” Archiv für Kulturgeschichte 64.2: 247–77.
Goodenough, E. R. (1928). “The Political Philosophy of Hellenistic Kingship,” Yale Classical Studies 1: 55–102.
Grant, M. (1972). Cleopatra. London.
Griffiths, J. G. (1953). “βασιλευς βασιλέων: Remarks on the History of a Title,” Classical Philology 48: 145–54.
Hall, J. M. (2005). Hellenicity: Between Ethnicity and Culture. Chicago.
Hardie, P. (1986). Virgil’s Aeneid: Cosmos and Imperium. Oxford.
Hauser, S. R. (1999). “Babylon in Arsakidischer Zeit,” in J. Renger, ed., Babylon: Focus mesopotamischer Geschichte, Wiege früher Gelehrsamkeit, Mythos in der Moderne: 207–39. Saarbrücken.
Herz, P. (1996). “Hellenistische Könige. Zwischen griechischen Vorstellungen vom Königtum und Vorstellungen ihrer einheimischen Untertanen,” in A. Small, ed., Subject and Ruler: The Cult of the Ruling Power in Classical Antiquity: 27–40. Ann Arbor.
Hölbl, G. (1992). “Zum Titel ‘Herrscher der Herrscher’ des römischen Kaisers,” Göttinger Miszellen 127: 49–52.
Hölbl, G. (2001). A History of the Ptolemaic Empire. London and New York.
Holloway, S. W. (2002). Aššur Is King! Aššur Is King! Religion in the Exercise of Power in the Neo-Assyrian Empire. Leiden.
Howe, S. (2002). Empire: A Very Short Introduction. Oxford.
Hurlet, F., ed. (2008). Les empires. Antiquité et Moyen Âge. Analyse comparée. Histoire. Rennes.
Huss, W. (1977). “Der ‘König der Könige’ und der ‘Herr der Könige,’” Zeitschrift des deutschen Palästina-Vereins 93: 131–40.
Isaac, B. (2004). The Invention of Racism in Classical Antiquity. Princeton.
Junker, H. (1958). Der große Pylon des Tempels der Isis in Philä. Vienna.
Karsh, E. (2007). Islamic Imperialism: A History. New Haven and London.
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Abbreviations

ANET

J. B. Pritchard, ed. (1969). Ancient Near Eastern Texts Relating to the Old Testament. 3rd ed. Princeton.

BCHP

R. J. van der Spek and I. L. Finkel. Babylonian Chronicles of the Hellenistic Period (preliminary online at www.livius.org).

BM

British Museum.

CT

D. Kennedy, ed. (1968). Cuneiform Texts from Babylonian Tablets in the British Museum. London.

I.Délos

F. Dürrbach, ed. (1923–37). Inscriptions de Délos. Paris.

OGIS

W. Dittenberger, ed. (1903–5). Orientis Graeci Inscriptiones Selectae. Leipzig.

S-H

A. J. Sachs and H. Hunger, eds. 1988, 1989, 1996). Astronomical Diaries and Related Texts from Babylonia. 3 vols. Vienna.

Adams, W. L. (2006). “The Hellenistic Kingdoms,” in G. R. Bugh, ed., The Cambridge Companion to the Hellenistic World: 28–51. Cambridge.
Ager, S. L. (2003). “An Uneasy Balance: From the Death of Seleukos to the Battle of Raphia,” in A. Erskine, ed., A Companion to the Hellenistic World: 35–50. Oxford.
al-Azmeh, A. (2001). Muslim Kingship: Power and the Sacred in Muslim, Christian and Pagan Polities. 2nd ed. London and New York.
Alcock, S., et al., eds. (2001). Empires: Perspectives from Archaeology and History. Cambridge.
Austin, M. M. (1981). The Hellenistic World from Alexander to the Roman Conquest: A Selection of Ancient Sources in Translation. Cambridge.
Austin, M. M. (1986). “Hellenistic Kings, War, and the Economy,” Classical Quarterly 36: 450–66.
Austin, M. M. (1999). “Krieg und Kultur im Seleukidenreich,” in K. Brodersen, ed., Zwischen Ost und West. Studien zur Geschichte des Seleukidenreichs: 129–66. Hamburg.
Baldry, H. C. (1959). “Zeno’s Ideal State,” Journal of Hellenic Studies 73: 3–15.
Baldry, H. C. (2009). The Unity of Mankind in Greek Thought. Cambridge.
Bang, P. F., and C. A. Bayly, eds. (2003). Tributary Empires in History: Comparative Perspectives from Antiquity to the Late Medieval. London.
Barbantani, S. (2001). Phatis Nikēphoros. Frammenti di elegia encomiastica nell’età delle Guerre Galatiche. Milan.
Barton, G. A. (1918). Miscellaneous Babylonian Inscriptions. New Haven.
Beaulieu, P.-A. (2004). “World Hegemony, 900–300 BCE,” in D. C. Snell, ed., A Companion to the Ancient Near East: 48–62. Oxford.
Bergmann, M. (1998). Die Strahlen der Herrscher. Theomorphes Herrscherbild und politische Symbolik im Hellenismus und in der römischen Kaiserzeit. Mainz.
Bingen, J. (2007). “The Dynastic Politics of Cleopatra VII,” in J. Bingen, ed., Hellenistic Egypt, Monarchy, Society, Economy, Culture: 63–79. Edinburgh.
Boiy, T. (2004). Late Achaemenid and Hellenistic Babylon. Leuven.
Bosbach, F. (1985). Monarchia Universalis. Ein politischer Leitbegriff der frühen Neuzeit. Munich.
Bosworth, A. B. (1980). A Historical Commentary on Arrian’s History of Alexander. Vol. 1, Commentary on Books I–III. Oxford.
Bosworth, A. B. (2002). “The Campaign in Iran: Turbulent Satraps and Frozen Elephants,” in A. B. Bosworth, ed., The Legacy of Alexander: Politics, Warfare, and Propaganda under the Successors: 98–168. Oxford.
Bosworth, A. B. (2006). “Alexander the Great and the Creation of the Hellenistic Age,” in G. R. Bugh, ed., The Cambridge Companion to the Hellenistic World: 9–27. Cambridge.
Briant, P. (1999). “The Achaemenid Empire,” in K. Raaflaub and N. Rosenstein, eds., War and Society in the Ancient and Medieval Worlds: 105–28. Cambridge.
Briant, P. (2002). From Cyrus to Alexander: A History of the Persian Empire. Winona Lake.
Brosius, M. (2003). “Alexander and the Persians,” in J. Roisman, ed., Brill’s Companion to Alexander the Great: 169–93. Leiden.
Calmeyer, P. (1989). “Der ‘Apollon’ des Dareios,” Mitteilungen des deutschen archäologischen Instituts (Istanbulische Abteilung) 22: 125–30.
Chua, A. (2009). Day of Empire: How Hyperpowers Rise to Global Dominance – and Why They Fall. New York.
Cool Root, M. (1979). The King and Kingship in Achaemenid Art: Essays on the Creation of an Iconography of Empire. Leiden.
Crone, P., and M. Hinds. (1986). God’s Caliph: Religious Authority in the First Centuries of Islam. Cambridge.
Del Monte, G. F. (1997). Testi dalla Babilonia Ellenistica I. Testi Cronografica. Studi Ellenistica 9. Pisa and Rome.
Duindam, J., Kunt, M., and Artan, T., eds. (2011). Royal Courts in Dynastic States and Empires: A Global Perspective. Leiden and Boston.
Eckstein, A. M. (2007). Mediterranean Anarchy, Interstate War, and the Rise of Rome. Hellenistic Culture and Society 48. Berkeley and Los Angeles.
Eisenstadt, S. N. (1963). The Political System of EmpiresLondon and New York.
Eisler, R. (1910). Weltenmantel und Himmelszelt. Religionsgeschichtliche Untersuchungen zur Urgeschichte des antiken Weltbildes. Munich.
Fiedler, W. (1931). Antikes Wetterzauber. Stuttgart.
Fleischer, R. (1991). Studien zur seleukidischen Kunst. Band I: Herrscherbildnisse. Mainz.
Fowler, R. (2005). “‘Most Fortunate Roots’: Tradition and Legitimacy in Parthian Royal Ideology,” in O. Hekster and R. Fowler, eds., Imaginary Kings: Royal Images in the Ancient Near East, Greece and Rome: 125–56. Stuttgart.
Fredricksmeyer, E. A. (2000). “Alexander the Great and the Kingdom of Asia,” in A. B. Bosworth and E. J. Baynham, eds., Alexander the Great in Fact and Fiction: 96–135. Oxford.
Frye, R. N. (1996). The Heritage of Central Asia: From Antiquity to the Turkish Expansion. Princeton.
Gehrke, H.-J. (1982). “Der siegreiche König: Überlegungen zur hellenistischen Monarchie,” Archiv für Kulturgeschichte 64.2: 247–77.
Goodenough, E. R. (1928). “The Political Philosophy of Hellenistic Kingship,” Yale Classical Studies 1: 55–102.
Grant, M. (1972). Cleopatra. London.
Griffiths, J. G. (1953). “βασιλευς βασιλέων: Remarks on the History of a Title,” Classical Philology 48: 145–54.
Hall, J. M. (2005). Hellenicity: Between Ethnicity and Culture. Chicago.
Hardie, P. (1986). Virgil’s Aeneid: Cosmos and Imperium. Oxford.
Hauser, S. R. (1999). “Babylon in Arsakidischer Zeit,” in J. Renger, ed., Babylon: Focus mesopotamischer Geschichte, Wiege früher Gelehrsamkeit, Mythos in der Moderne: 207–39. Saarbrücken.
Herz, P. (1996). “Hellenistische Könige. Zwischen griechischen Vorstellungen vom Königtum und Vorstellungen ihrer einheimischen Untertanen,” in A. Small, ed., Subject and Ruler: The Cult of the Ruling Power in Classical Antiquity: 27–40. Ann Arbor.
Hölbl, G. (1992). “Zum Titel ‘Herrscher der Herrscher’ des römischen Kaisers,” Göttinger Miszellen 127: 49–52.
Hölbl, G. (2001). A History of the Ptolemaic Empire. London and New York.
Holloway, S. W. (2002). Aššur Is King! Aššur Is King! Religion in the Exercise of Power in the Neo-Assyrian Empire. Leiden.
Howe, S. (2002). Empire: A Very Short Introduction. Oxford.
Hurlet, F., ed. (2008). Les empires. Antiquité et Moyen Âge. Analyse comparée. Histoire. Rennes.
Huss, W. (1977). “Der ‘König der Könige’ und der ‘Herr der Könige,’” Zeitschrift des deutschen Palästina-Vereins 93: 131–40.
Isaac, B. (2004). The Invention of Racism in Classical Antiquity. Princeton.
Junker, H. (1958). Der große Pylon des Tempels der Isis in Philä. Vienna.
Karsh, E. (2007). Islamic Imperialism: A History. New Haven and London.
Klein, J. (1981). Three Shulgi Hymns: Sumerian Royal Hymns Glorifying King Shulgi of Ur. Tel Aviv.
Koenen, L. (1993). “The Ptolemaic King as a Religious Figure,” in A. W. Bulloch et al., eds., Images and Ideologies: Self-Definition in the Hellenistic World: 25–115. Berkeley.
Kovács, P. (2009). Marcus Aurelius’ Rain Miracle and the Marcomannic Wars. Leiden and Boston.
Kuhrt, A. (1990). “Alexander in Babylon,” in H. W. A. M. Sancisi-Weerdenburg and J. W. Drijvers, eds., Achaemenid History 5: The Roots of the European Tradition; Proceedings of the 1987 Groningen Achaemenid History Workshop: 121–30. Leiden.
Kuhrt, A. (1995). The Ancient Near East, c. 3000–330 BC. 2 vols. London and New York.
Kuhrt, A., and S. Sherwin-White. (1991). “Aspects of Seleucid Royal Ideology. The Cylinder of Antiochus I from Borsippa,” Journal of Hellenic Studies 111: 71–86.
Larsen, M. T. (1979). “The Tradition of Empire in Mesopotamia,” in M. T. Larsen, ed., Power and Propaganda: A Symposium on Ancient Empires: 75–103. Copenhagen.
Lehmann, G. A. (1998). “Expansionspolitik im Zeitalter des Hochhellenismus: Die Anfangphase des ‘Laodike-Krieges’ 246/5 v. Chr.,” in T. Hantos and G. A. Lehmann, eds., Althistorisches Kolloquium aus Anlass des 70. Geburtstages von Jochen Bleicken. 29.–30. November 1996 in Göttingen: 81–101. Stuttgart.
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