January 31, 2020
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324BC Alexander the Great dies, and the Hellenistic Civilization starts. This is important because this is what makes the start of the Hellenistic Civilization. The death of Alexander is the main cause of all the conflicts between Diadochi and all the scatter of the kingdoms.
322BC ~ 320BC First Diadochi War The first Diadochi war started on 322BC and ended in 320BC. In the first war of Diadochi, one of the Diadochi called 'Perdicass' was attempting to marry Alexander's sister, Cleopatra. This marriage will give Perdicass the control of Macedonian. Therefore, Antipater, Craterus and Antigonus formed a alliance against Perdiccas's growing power. Antipater sent his army under the command of the Craterus, and this was the beginning of the first of the Diadochi Wars. This
318BC ~ 315BC Second Diadochi war
314BC ~ 311BC Third Diadochi War
31BC Battle of Actium occurs, Cleopatra and Antony Gets defeated by the Augustus, the roman. Rome conquers the last kingdom, Ptolemaic Kingdom. Hellenistic Civilization Ends This is important because this is when the Hellenistic Civilization has ended. It shows how the end of the Hellenistic Civilization was like and shows how the last kingdom eventually falls also by the Rome.
312BC Conquer of Babylon by Seleucus Seleucus establishes the Seleucid Kingdom This is important because this shows the start of the one of the kingdoms during the Hellenistic Period.
83BC Fall of Seleucid Kingdom Tigranes II (Rome) invades Seleucid Kingdom This is important because Seleucid Kingdom was a major kingdom during the Hellenistic Civilization, and because the Seleucid kingdom fell, it affected other kingdoms in the civilization. This is one of the reasons why the Hellenistic Civilization has collapsed by the romans.
168BC Fall of the Antigonid Kingdom by the Rome This is important because this is when one of the Hellenistic Kingdoms fell by the Rome. Because the Antigonid Kingdom got invaded by the Rome, There is more posssibility that other kingdoms were also conquered by the Rome.
301 BCE The Battle of Ipsus The Battle of Ipsus in central Phrygia where Lysimachus and Seleucus I defeat Antigonus I and Demetrius I of Macedon. This is important because it shows how the kings killed and defeated each other for territories. It also shows that Antigonus Demetrius were defeated by Seleucus and Lysimachus, which should have been a very big event that two kings were defeated by other two kings.
129 BC Parthians conquer Mesopotamia. The Silk Road to China is now controlled by the Parthians. This is important because this event would have been a massive impact on trading for the Seleucid Kingdom. One of the power they had is now taken by the Parthians, which will make the kingdom weaker. Because they were in the Mesopotamia connecting Mediterranean to Asia, they were in power of trading. However, as the Parthians now has the control of the Silk Road, they would have no power.
146BC Greece becomes a Roman province This is important because Greece was now not a part of Hellenistic Civilization and it was now Roman Province. Because Greece played the important role during the Hellenistic period and the greek culture was spread all around the Hellenistic Civilization, it was a very big event during the time.
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