The conclusion reviews the arguments of the preceding chapters and considers the degree to which the civic culture and the institutions of the polis restricted and shaped the formation of the Hellenistic kingdoms. It stresses local adaptions and local agency, while positing an overall framework for understanding the central role that urbanization played in this critical period of state formation.
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