By Helmut Berve, Gottfried Gruben, Max Hirmer
"Lo scopo di questo libro è duplice: esso non vuole soltanto presentare, così come ci sono prevenuti, i monumenti che si trovano nel vasto ambito dell'antica Ellade quali testimonianza di uno sviluppo artistico singolare, quanto scoprire piuttosto il vero e profondo significato di questi monumenti e fare risorgere davanti i nostri occhi quello che oggi è conservato soltanto in rovina."
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47 He was succeeded by his son Artaxerxes IV Arses (338–336). Artaxerxes III’s death was followed by upheavals in the empire, including the revolt of Egypt and perhaps of Babylonia. Shortly after Artaxerxes IV’s accession to power, Philip of Macedon began massing his forces on the other side of the Hellespont, and in the spring of 336 he invaded Asia Minor. Indeed, Artaxerxes IV scarcely had time to settle the reins of rule in his hands before he was killed in the summer of 336, perhaps by a powerful court figure named Bagoas or perhaps by the satrap of Armenia, a man named Artashata, who now became king under the name of Darius III Codomannus (336–330).
80 In these records, it is clear that Gyges is seeking an alliance in the face of the Cimmerian invasion. Thus a connection between Sardis and eastern lands was established by the mid–seventh century. 81 Croesus constructed an alliance, including Babylonia, Egypt, and Sparta, against the Persians. His was seemingly a vibrant international court that, according to Herodotus, was visited by wealthy statesmen like Alcmeon as well as philosophers and politicians ! 23 Empire, Authority, and Autonomy in Achaemenid Anatolia 17.
Urartu Urartu was centered in the mountainous area around Lakes Van, Urmia, and Sevan and flourished from ca. 53 It included territory now partly occupied by modern Iran and Armenia as well as Turkey. The Urartian Kingdom was ruled by a single dynasty from 825 on and seems to have had a centralized political organization overseeing a decentralized system of distribution, with vast grain storage centers to hold the products of the fertile irrigated soil around the great lakes. Lake Van has a high soda content and Urmia a high sodium content; thus although they are full of fish, their water cannot be used to irrigate plants.
I templi Greci by Helmut Berve, Gottfried Gruben, Max Hirmer