Domination and Legitimacy in Early Hellenistic Basileia: The Rise of Self-Proclaimed Kings

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Abstract–Domination and Legitimacy in Early Hellenistic Basileia: The Rise of Self-Proclaimed Kings

When I first started this research I was thinking about identifying different ideal types of Hellenistic kings based on the…

Domination and Legitimacy in Hellenistic Monarchy: some remarks, part 2

Antiochus I rose to the throne in the east from a relatively established position; in fact, he had been co-ruler…

Domination and Legitimacy in Hellenistic Monarchy: Some Remarks, Part 1

To think about types of legitimate domination in Hellenistic monarchy implies distinctions between the ‚Äúprobability that certain specific commands (or…