This article focuses on the impact of the war between Rome and Mithridates V I on the Greek póleis. The latter, divided socially and politically, supported one side or the other depending on the policy of alliances proposed by the faction currently in power. In order to better understand the situation, several case studies from mainland Greece, the Aegean islands and Asia Minor (Delos-Athens, Cos-Rhodes, Pergamum and Heraclea Pontica) have been considered.
|Translated title of the contribution||Rome or mithridates. The Greek póleis at their last crossroads (89-63 BC): Four cases of study|
|Number of pages||21|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|