Atene tra Cassandro, Demetrio e Lisimaco

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The relationship between Athens, on the one hand, and the three Diadochoi, Cassander, Demetrios and Lysimachos, on the other, actually marks the history of the Attic city in particular and of Greece in general in the forty years following the death of Alexander the Great. Since the complete and thorough analysis of such a wide-ranging relationship is not possible, this paper is mainly focused on the fact that the control of Athens was for many years a strong clash between Cassander of Macedonia and Demetrios Poliorcetes. After Cassander’s death in 297 and Demetrios’ flight to Asia in 286, Lysimachos, who had always been a faithful ally of Cassander, remained substantially outside the issues concerning Athens, while after his death in 281, Antigonos Gonatas, Demetrios’ son, once he became king of the Macedonians in 277, managed to dominate Athens with an iron fist, thus inheriting not the policy of his father Demetrius, but the one of his maternal uncle Cassander
Titolo tradotto del contributo[Autom. eng. transl.] Athens between Cassander, Demetrius and Lysimachus
Lingua originaleItalian
pagine (da-a)69-81
Numero di pagine13
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 2020


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