Following the death of Alexander, his empire was divided into three parts: the Seleucids in Asia Minor; the Ptolemies in Egypt and the Macedonian (Antigonid) dynasty in Greece.
Then as now, to quote Tamanaha, ‘the rule of law’ was ‘an accepted measure worldwide of government legitimacy’., p.
3) much cited book-length study on the rule of law is the recognition that ‘the rule of law is an accepted measure worldwide of government legitimacy’.
At the beginning of the Neolithic period there was a big change from a nomadic "hunter-gatherer" lifestyle to one of settled village life and agriculture.
This term comes from the concept of the 'Ages of Mankind', originating with Stone, followed by Bronze, and Iron.
) or "city-state" develops, including Athens, Corinth, and Sparta.
Archaeologically we see a greater, more developed, artistic output in the form of painted pottery and the rise of trade with other areas of the Mediterranean. The development of writing in the middle of the eighth century brings us out of the "Dark Ages" and into the historical period properly speaking.
His religious conversion and political recognition of the Christian faith paved the way for the continuation, in Christian form, of the Roman Empire.
Henceforth, the "Eastern Roman Christian Empire" known in modern times as the Byzantine Empire, carried on the traditions of Greek culture.
(The words 'Industrial, Space, Nuclear' were not known at the time this system was created, but follow in the same spirit.) In archaeological terms the Bronze Age is divided into three periods, early, middle, and late.
On the island of Crete, the MINOAN civilization came to power during the early and middle phases, only to be eclipsed by the MYCENAEAN civilization on the mainland of Greece in the Late Bronze Age.