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This front matter section of the book Shifting Social Imaginaries in the Hellenistic Period: Narrations, Practices, and Images contains the table of contents, a list of figures, notes on abbreviations and transliteration and notes on contributors. The expansion of Macedonian rule under Alexander the Great and the Graeco-Macedonian elite's assumption of power across much of the Near and Middle East undoubtedly initiated a new era of encounters between East and West, which were of fundamental and long-lasting importance to the political and cultural re-organization of a geographical area that was home to various ethnic groups and political systems.

Keywords: Hellenistic period; Macedonian rule; social imaginaries



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