Diadochi Satraps 323 BCE
The Diadochi satraps following the agreement made in Babylon in 323 BCE.
Harbour & Lighthouse of Alexandria
Depiction of the Alexandrian harbour as it may have appeared after the completion of the Lighthouse of Alexandria c. 280 BCE. From the game Old World.
Hypaspist by Johnny Shumate For more illustrations email [email protected] If illustration is used, please credit my name.
Map of the Ptolemaic World
A map showing the known world at the time of the Ptolemaic Empire, ca. 300 BC.
A marble bust of Pyrrhus, King of Epirus (r. 306 - 302 BCE and 297 - 272 BCE). Pyrrhus is considered one of history's greatest military commanders. (National Archaeological Museum, Naples)
Empires of the Mediterranean, 218 BCE.
A map showing the various empires throughout the Mediterranean in 218 BCE.
Ptolemy I Soter and Wife Eurydice
Ptolemy I Soter (367 - 283 BCE) was a trusted Macedonian general of Alexander the Great, and became ruler of Egypt. Engraved by an unknown artist after an ancient Roman relic. It was published in a history of Italian Renaissance art in 1883...
Demetrius I of Macedon
Marble portrait bust of Demetrius I of Macedon, also called Poliorcetes, "The Besieger" (336-283 BCE), Roman copy from the 1st century CE of a Greek original from the 3rd century BCE (Naples National Archaeological Museum).
Alexander to Constantine: Archaeology of the Land of the Bible, Volume III
Eric M. Meyers, biblical scholar and archaeologist at Duke University, and Mark A. Chancey, Professor of Religious Studies at Southern Methodist University, worked together to publish a third volume of a series on biblical archaeology. The...
The Greeks: Lost Civilizations
Unlike most histories of ancient Greece, Philip Matyszak's book primarily focuses on Greek history which occurred outside of the Greek mainland. His story begins by describing Greek ideas, individuals, and politics before Alexander the...