'Ma is an historian alive to the scholarly traditions in which he is working, keen to explore them, experiment with them, and, importantly, add to them. He has produced a subtle book, full of insights, one for the specialist rather than the Hellenistic novice' -The Classical Review'John Ma has written an important book, the first substantial study of Antiochus the Great since H. H. Schmitt's valuable Untersuchungen zur Geschichte Antiochos' des Grossen und seiner Zeit' -The Classical ReviewThis book examines the relationship between the Greek city-states and the Hellenistic empire, focusing specifically on the interaction between Antiochos III and the cities of Western Asia Minor.
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