From Achaemenid Satrapy to Graeco-Bactrian State
The natural resources of Bactria made the region valuable to a succession of imperial powers. Decades of archaeological excavation and field survey, as well as newly-published documents in Aramaic and Greek, offer insights into the means by which Persian governors and Greek kings used Bactria's agricultural and mineral wealth to cement their own political and military power.
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