Hellenistic age hellenistic age in the eastern mediterranean and middle east the period between the death of alexander the great in 323 bce and the conquest of egypt by rome in 30 bce for some purposes the period is extended for a further three and a half centuries to the move by constantine the great of his. The end of the hellenistic age the hellenistic world fell to the romans in stages but the era ended for good in 31 bc that year in a battle at actium the roman octavian defeated marc antonys ptolemaic fleet. The hellenistic period is a part of the ancient period for the european and near asian space the use of this period is justified by the extent of the hellenic culture in most of these areas due to the greek political presence especially in asia after alexanders conquests but also to a new wave . The hellenistic age refers to the entire sphere of greek influence over a 300 year period between the death of alexander the great in 323 bc and the final capitulation of cleopatras egypt to rome in 31 bc
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