What did the astronomers during the Hellenistic era declare?
The Hellenistic Era was the period from the death of Alexander the Great until the Roman conquest, when Alexander's generals (the Successors) established states for themselves which stretched from Greece to Afghanistan. The resulting states were a blend of Greek and local culture and populations with organised bureaucracies. Even after their absorption into the Roman Empire, the eastern half of the empire remained Greek in culture and language.
The Hellenistic Era was a rich new age in Ancient Greek.It was after Alexander the Great died.It was a blend of Persians,Egyptians,Indian,and Greek.These cultures mixed in this age,such as marriages between cultures.Dress,customs, and even religion was shared.Philosophers,mathamaticains,and scientist continued to advance in their work, too.
During this time, Greek cultural influence and power was at its zenith in Europe and Asia. It is often considered a period of transition, sometimes even of decline or decadence between the brilliance of the Greek Classical Era and the emergence of the Roman Empire. Usually taken to begin with the death of Alexander in 323 BC, the Hellenistic period may either be seen to end with the final conquest of the Greek heartlands by…
Not as a term, the ending -"istic" is Latin aftr all, and the world Hellenistic is Frenach and German, but the Christian bible was written in the Hellenic dialect of the Hellenistic age: Koine Greek (Hellenic means Greek, in Greek: Hellenica). Koine (also spelled Coene) was the international language of the Hellenistic era. christ, and St Paul therefore do not speak of "Hellenists" but of "Hellenes" - Greeks. In the same way there are no…
How were the comedies of the Hellenistic era and those of Greece's golden age similar and different?
The Hellenistic Era produced a great body of literature and philosophy,art and architecture,and scientific achievement. Cultural achievements--as opposed to political ones--e.g. great sculptures like Nike and the Colossus of Rhodes, great architectural works like the lighthouse of Alexandria, comedies and tragedies for the theater, and works of science and philosophy--e.g. the measurement of the world by Eratosthenes, Plato's Republic etc