Trouble in the west : Egypt and the Persian Empire, 525-332 BCE

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Full title: Trouble in the west : Egypt and the Persian Empire, 525-332 BCE / Stephen Ruzicka.
Main author: Ruzicka, Stephen, 1946-
Format: Book           


Table of Contents:
  • Persia and Egypt: the historical context
  • Persian success: conquest and kingship, 525-518
  • Managing Egypt, 518-415
  • Losing Egypt, 415-400
  • Securing the Eastern Mediterranean, 400-395
  • into the Aegean, 394-392
  • To Egypt: preparations and campaign, 391-387
  • The Egyptian War and the King's peace, 387-386
  • Egypt strikes back: the Cypriot War and the struggle for the Eastern Mediterranean, 386-379
  • Preparing the second campaign: engaging Greeks, 380-373
  • Pharnabazus and Iphicrates' Egyptian campaign, 373
  • Court politics and the collapse of the third campaign, 372-365
  • Egyptian strategy shifts: the genesis of Tachos' great offensive, 364-361
  • Tachos: campaign and collapse, 360-359
  • Persian counterattack, 359?
  • Artaxerxes III: king and commander, 358-350
  • Loss and recovery of the middle territory, 350-345
  • Persian success, 344-342
  • From Artaxerxes III to Alexander III, 342-332
  • East, west, and far west after the Persians: the long view.