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The Post-Byzantine Legacy of Alexander the Great

The Post-Byzantine Legacy of Alexander the Great
The Post-Byzantine Legacy of Alexander the Great
The Post-Byzantine Legacy of Alexander the Great
The Post-Byzantine Legacy of Alexander the Great
The Post-Byzantine Legacy of Alexander the Great
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The Greek scholars of the Post-Byzantine Period interpreted Alexander in different ways. The Macedonian King was a valuable source of pride, knowledge, courage, flattery, bravery, vanity and wisdom. Thus, he ended up being a symbol appropriate for any use and a point of reference for the enslaved Hellenism of the era.

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Charalampos Minaoglou received his PhD in Early Modern and Modern Greek History from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens in 2012. He has founded the Association for Greek History SXISMI and he is currently teaching history at Zanneion.

Dr Minaoglou is particularly interested in the history of Greeks under the Ottoman Empire, Early Modern Greek travellers, Phanariots, humanistic Greek literature, Early Modern Greek historiography and Church history.


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Cover Paperback
Pages 239
Size (cm) 14 X 21.6
Size (in) 5.5 X 8.5
Published November 2019
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