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Course Title[Course Code]:Near East in the Hellenistic and Roman eras[HIST 3128]

Faculty: Arts
Department: History
Program: History
Compulsory / Elective:Compulsory
Undergraduate(Third Year-First Semester)
Hours:
Lecture:( 3 ) Practical / Clinical:( - ) Tutorial:( - )

Course Description:
The course aims at introducing the This article presents a complete study of the history of the Near East represented in the history of Syria, Lebanon, Iraq and Jordan And Palestine since the entry of Alexander the Great and until the end of the Roman era. The student studies in this article The following: Advancement of Macedonia and its control over Greece The emergence of Alexander the Great and his wars with the Persians; until control of the kingdom of the Persians The death of Alexander the Great and leaders struggle to govern Syria Alsalloukih State and political developments International conflicts there and the fall of the Near East under Roman rule Administrative and economic systems under Roman rule Side of the manifestations Alhzaria for the Near East in the Hellenistic and Roman eras.