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Uropean as well as through coins inscriptions and architectural remnants Bactria served as a contact point between Europe South Asia and the Far East for than two hundred years before disappearing under the pressure of a resurgent Persia to the west and Indian states to the east In Bactria The History of a Forgotten Empire historian Hugh G Rawlinson begins with the early history of Bactria and its subjugation by Persia and then describes the conuest of Iran by Alexander the Great and the establishment of an independent Bactria ruled by Greeks The Bactrians adopted B. My ratings of

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Bactria author Hugh George RawlinsAn Important Account of the Greek State That Ruled the Hindu Kush for Centuries in the Wake of Alexander the Great“If through the Bactrian Empire European ideas were transmitted to the Far East through that and similar channels Asiatic ideas found their way to Europe” Intellectual Development of EuropeFollowing the Macedonian invasion of Persian in the fourth century BC an independent Greek ruled empire emerged over an area encompassing modern Afghanistan eastern Iran and northern Pakistan This ancient empire called Bactria is recorded in texts both Asian and E. In the decades

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review ´ Bactria author Hugh George Rawlinson µ An Important Account of the Greek State That Ruled the Hindu Kush for Centuries in the Wake of Alexander the Great“If through the Bactrian Empire European ideas were transmitted to the Far East through that and similar channels Asiatic ideas found their way to Europe”— Intellectual Uddhism early on and helped establish the religion throughout the area The author then follows the history of the empire through its rulers including Menander until Greek rule was extinguished around 135 BC Finally the author discusses the effects of Greek occupation on the region Based on meticulous research in ancient texts from Greece Persia and India and using material evidence of the time this history which won the Hare University Prize at Cambridge in 1909 remains relevant today providing a fascinating portrait of a little known connection between East and Wes. To be an old b