Granite head of Ptolemy II Philadelphus (r. 283-246 BCE), represented as a traditional Egyptian pharaoh. Now in the Walters Art Museum, Baltimore. Photo credit: Walters Art Museum.
Hii :) Do you have any recs for books on the Seleucid empire or the Diadochi and Epigoni in general? I'm a history student, and I studied Ancient Greek history for 2 semesters last year, but my course profs gave us only one good book for the whole post-Alexander epoch. Thanks in advance :)