Characteristics of Hellenistic Culture?


Hellensitic culture refers to the time period in Ancient Greece during Alexander the Great's expeditions. Some characteristics of Hellenistic culture were a mix of Egyptian, Persian and Indian cultures. There was a lot of crafts and trades that were developing.
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Precision would help. One meaning of Hellenistic culture is the fusion of Greek and Persian ideas after Alexander's conquests. In that sense, Hellenistic culture was sybaritic and
An increasing amount of realism was portrayed in sculptures, revealing the flaws of the subject rather than an idealized version of the subject that was common in the Archaic period
The great centers of Hellenistic
The Hellenistic culture is usually defined as the culture of the period from 336 BC to the time when the Roman Empire started to become very powerful in the late first century BCE
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