Hellenistic period (or, era), from the period from the death of Alexander (323 BCE) to the establishment of Roman dominance1
1. Depending upon the region of interest, the period may be viewed as ending with either the Roman destruction of Corinth and Carthage (146 BCE), with Pompey's conquering of Palestine (63 BCE), or with the Battle of Actium (31 BCE) and the Roman defeat of the Ptolemaic kingdom in Egypt (30 BCE).
Timeline covering 390 BCE to 10 CE and most of the intertestamental period (c. 420 BCE to 29 CE), including all of the Hellenistic period (323–30 BCE) and all of the Hasmonean period (168–63 BCE)
Timeline of the Hellenistic period, highlighting the rulers in the four regions of Alexander's divided empire.
Relief map of Hellenistic world, showing locations of key battles (Ipsus, Corupedium, Raphia, Zama, Magnesia, Pydna)