what was the significance of the hellenistic culture
The significance of the Hellenistic culture was the spread of the customs, ideals, practices and beliefs of the Greek. Alexandria in Egypt was a city with foundations in Hellenism promoted by Alexander the great.
The Hellenistic culture refers to the spreading of Greek ways of life and customs. The Hellenistic Age began after Alexander the Great's death as he was the originator of spreading the culture.