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A vast scheme of colonisation went with the foundations, and soon the East was filled with Greek traders, Greek artisans, Greeks to organise and exploit native talent, native industry, and especially land.
Alexander's successors were, in this respect, his enthusiastic imitators.
The powerful ideas latent in it travelled far beyond the limits of the material expansion of the race -- and, much later, they were to assist in that re-birth of the East which characterised the late Empire and early Middle Ages, Sassanian Persia for example, and the Arabia of Mohammed.
THE ROMAN SEE AND THE DISSOLUTION OF THE EMPIRE, 814-900 5. CATHOLIC LIFE DURING THE ANARCHY: ABUSES, REFORMERS, MISSIONARY CONQUESTS CHAPTER 6: THE RESTORATION OF SPIRITUAL INDEPENDENCE, 1046-1123 1. ANTI-CLERICALISM, HERESY AND ANTI-CATHOLICISM: WALDENSES, JOACHIM OF FLORA, ALBIGENSES CHAPTER 9: INNOCENT III AND THE CATHOLIC REACTION, 1198-1216 1. From Syria were formed Armenia, Cappadocia, Pontus and Bithynia within a hundred and fifty years. C.) and established themselves in Galatia, while the impotent Seleucid kings looked on from Antioch, and in self-defence against the invaders the natives established the Kingdom of Pergamum.
He was the world's great city founder, and the seventy which claim him as their founder were all of them Greek in form and spirit, so many active centres whence diffused Greek thought and life.
THE CHURCHES OF THE WEST DURING THE CRISIS SPAIN, AFRICA, GAUL 4. Aristotle had been his tutor and the cultural sequel to his conquest was natural.
The new social and political strain gave to the old native religions a new importance -- they were the one means left for the corporate expression of "national" feeling.
446-452 CHAPTER 10: THE TRADITIONAL FAITH AND THE IMPERIAL POLICY 1. Between the town and the country, drained for its advantage, here was inevitably a chronic hostility, and an allied hostility between natives and foreigners.
It assisted the development and spread of Greek mystery religions from Italy to Egypt and the Caucasus.