This is a comprehensive political and cultural history of the
Hellenistic Attalid dynasty established in 282 B.C. in present-day
southwest Turkey after the collapse of the Lysimachian Empire.
Originally published in the Cornell Studies in Classical Philology
series in 1947, the second edition has been substantially revised
to take into account scholarship in the intervening years. Esther
V. Hansen addresses the principates of Philetaerus Eumenes I; the
reigns of Attalus I and Eumenes II; the last years of the Attalid
dynasty; the kingdom of the Attalids, their building activities,
art, coinage, and patronage of learning; and the cults of
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