What Does It Mean To Be “Helenized?”

Bust of a young Alexander the Great from the Hellenistic era, British Museum, Aristotle tutoring Hellenization was the spread of Greek culture to foreign peoples...
Bust of a young Alexander the Great from the Hellenistic era, British Museum, Aristotle tutoring Hellenization was the spread of Greek culture to foreign peoples during the campaigns of Alexander the Great of Macedon. During the Hellenistic period, following the death of Alexander the Great, considerable numbers of Assyrians, Jews, Egyptians, Persians, Parthians, Armenians, and a number of other ethnic groups along the Balkans, Black Sea, South-Eastern Mediterranean, Anatolia, Middle East and Central Asia were Hellenized. - Wikipedia While Alexander The Great allowed the believers in Yahweh to live and worship how they wanted, many rulers after him, such as...