The Fall of the Seleukid Empire, 187-75 BC, John D. Grainger.
Looks at the last century of the Seleukid Empire, a period of near
constant decline, repeated civil wars and family disputes that
eventually saw this powerful empire dwindle away and disappear. A good,
convincing narrative produced from a limited number of available
sources, following the decline of what was once the largest of the
successor states to Alexander the Great
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