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Excerpt from Studies in the New Testament: A Handbook for Bible Classes in Sunday Schools, for Teacher Training Work, for Use in Secondary Schools, High Schools and Colleges
Show a like age there. Great nations had passed into oblivion. The empire of Alexander the Great rested upon centuries, if not millenniums, of Greek life reaching back beyond Troy to Mycenae and Crete and upon the Persian empire itself the heir of the Babylonians, Assyrians, Hittites, Phrygians, and other peoples of Asia Minor. The Romans became the heirs of the conquests of Alexander in Egypt, Syria, Asia Minor.
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