Sicilian Tyrant and Hellenistic King
Throughout this book, I have argued that Agathokles is best understood by putting him in the context of both his Sicilian predecessors and his Hellenistic contemporaries, emphasizing that Agathokles participated in the changes occurring in his world, while also continuing many earlier patterns and practices. Agathokles represents both continuity and change, was both a local and a Panhellenic phenomenon....
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