• anonymous
The Hellenistic Age was characterized by advancements in science and culture in the final era of ancient Greece. military campaigns that helped create one of the largest empires in history. a war between two powerful Greek city-states that lasted almost thirty years. a huge empire led by Rome that stretched from Europe into Africa and Asia.
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  • anonymous
I would go with the first answer. The Hellenistic Era has normally been considered to start with the death of Alexander the Great, and once he died, there wasn't much conquering going on. Once he died, it was more a matter of controlling the area, not so much expanding it.

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