Alexander the Great (356 BC to 323 BC) was the King of Macedonia. He conquered most of the known world through vigorous military campaigns. He was never defeated in battle.He was born in Paella, Macedonia, in July 356 BC. His educator was the great Greek philosopher Aristotle. His dream was to unite…
Because he was a great conqueror Alexander the Great also known as Alexander III of Macedon (Greek: Αλέξανδρος Γ' ο Μακεδών) was an ancient Greek king (Βασιλεύς) of Macedon (born 356, King as from 336-323 BCE). He was one of the most successful military commanders in histo…
he was great cuz of all of his accomplishments through life and how he almost conquered all of the world and how he defeated darius in the battle
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Technically no. Although he suffered severe losses in some battles, most notably in his conflict with King Porus of India, he held the field in every battle he fought. However if we count his return from India, during which he lost most of his troops to minor battles and deprivation, it is hard not …
Alexander the Great was born on July 20, 356 BC.
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Aelexander the Great was born at 356 BCE in the capital city of Macedonia Pella [Πέλλα]. At the age of 18 he lead the cavallry of the Mecedonian army at the battle of Chaeronia [μάχη της Χαιρώνιας 338 BCE]. When his father was assassinated [at the age of 20 - 336 BCE] he was no…
The easiest answer would be that Hercules was the strongest individual, Achilles was the most skilled fighter, and that Alexander the Great was the greatest general.Unfortunately, this answer is far from complete. The question is essentially impossible to answer. In order to answer the question in a…
It was the Battle of Hydaspes in 326 BC against a powerful Indian king named Porus.
Alexander inherited the hegemony of a united Greece, freed the
Greeks of Asia minor and conquered the lands of the Persian Empire
including Syria, Afghanistan and Egypt and also the land all the
way to Pakistan and parts of India.
he himself was taught by Aristotle
Alexandria in EgyptAlexander and his army brought greek ideas and beliefs wherever they went. He would leave a few men behind for them to teach the people their culture.
In Macedonia and many places where he conquered between Macedonia and Indiaand he tried to conquere Africa also he conqueredEgypt.
alexander the great became king when his father died in 336 B.C.E
You are thinking of Alexander Graham Bell who invented Poo's, not Alexander the Great Mind you, I wonder how history would have turned out had Alexander the Great invented Poo's. Makes you think.
Alexander the Great, King Alexander III of Macedon, fought many
battles during his lifetime and won almost all of them. Some of his
biggest were; Battle of Chaeronea, Battle of the Granicus and the
Battle of Issus.
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Europe, Asia, and Africa
In 332 B.C.
In 332 B.C.
It was a multicultural and multireligion empire. Alexander tried to marry the different cultures, bringing them the greek culture but also keeping the local tradition and cultural heritage. He engouraged weddings between his high ranking stuff and local population.
He died of Malaria on June 10th 323B.C.
Well for the most part, most people that we think of as good in history truly were not as good as we want them to think. Some rulers did some good things but this comes at a price. Alexander the Great was good mainly because he is famous for the good thing that that he did. Did he keep his…
Korea was not conquered in 108 BC. Although the Han defeated the ruling Gojoseon, Korea entered the proto-Three Kingdoms period (which lasted until 57 BC when the Three Kingdoms (Goguryeo, Shilla, and Baekje) Period started) in which the four states of Buyeo, Goguryeo, Okjeo, Dongye existed. Buyeo, …
Olympias was the daughter of Neoptolemus the king of Epirus, now modern Albania. According to Plutarch she was descended from Achilles. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Molossians) The only surviving picture of her is on a coin of the period and there is no doubt that she was a very beautiful woman. Sh…
Battle at the Granicus River, Battle of Issus, Battle at Gaugamela
His name was Aristole, he was rather quiet but agreed to teach Alexander under different circumstances.
The Catholic Church continued to use Latin, but it was above all the eastern part of the Empire, Byzantium, that preserved Graeco-Roman culture.
The monks were in monasteries, and had no culture other than their religious life. They did however copy some text and save them fro…
he ruled an empire not a republic
Alexander the Great was king of Macedonia and one of the greatest generals in history. He conquered much of what was the civilized world. Alexander brought Greek ideas and the Greek way of doing things to all countries he conquered. This great ge…
How did the
Romans treated people they conquered?
They would mostly leave them alone except if they didn't obey their
Rome Generally treated its defected enemies with justice.
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Alexander the Great died on June 10, 323 BC at the age of -34.
He did not do much ruling during his lifetime. Since he was always
on campaign and conquering new countries, he left the ruling of his
homeland Macedonia to his general Antipater, who made a decent job
of it. In all those other countries he never stopped to rule them
himself but appointed Satrapes, …
Alexander the great is the king of Macedonia, he contributed a lot to the Macedonian expansion. One of his most famous story was about him taming a horse thought to be impossible to tame-Bucephalus. Bucephalus is described as having a black coat with a large white star on his brow. He is also suppo…
Alexander the Great (d. 323 BC/BCE) had a profound impact on his
home-society of Macedon: for a brief but glorious period as a
result of Alexander's conquests, Macedon ruled most of the
Mediterranean Basin, North Africa, the Middle East, and the Near
East. At the same time, these conquests spread Gr…
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Alexander the Great was a Greek from Macedonia as Leonidas was a
Greek from Sparta as Pericles was a Greek from Athens. Alexander's
father was Philip II of Macedonia and his mother a Mollosian
princess from Epirus. Macedonia or Macedon (Greek: Μακεδονία,
Makedonía; was an ancient Greek Ki…
Alexander the Great was Greek. Macedonia was an ancient Greek
kingdom in the northern Greek peninsula and is now a province of
modern Greece. Epirus is still the north-west state in Greece.
Alexander and his father were descendants of the Argead dynasty
which originate from Argos in southern Greece…
Alexander Forrest was an explorer and surveyor of Western Australia. Like his famous brother John, he explored and charted unknown regions of the western state. Travelling with his brother John in 1874, Alexander departed Geraldton and discovered the Weld River and the pastureland land around it. …
King Philip II was a king of ancient Macedonia a kingdom of ancient
Greece, He didn't want to "conquer" Greece, in the sense that this
question implies. Philip II wanted to unite the Greek city-states
under his hegemony so that he could lead a campaign to conquer
Persia. Whenever a Greek state becam…
The origin of this quote is somewhat disputed. The discrepancy
appears to originate from a 1929 publication of the Reader's
Digest, which describes the quote ambiguously as a lament on
his father's victories, or that Alexander's empire was so large
(and spanned most of the civilized world at the tim…
Alexander the Great was NEVER called the king of Greece, nor was he ever known by that title. He was the King of Macedon, Great King of Persia, and Pharoh of Egypt.
ALEXANDER THE GREATAlexander II (later known as Alexander the Great) was born in 356 BC in Pella, His father was Philip II of Macedon. His Mother was Olympias, princess of Epirus (an allied state of Macedonia). Philip took many wives, Olympias being his 8th. At this time Macedonia was a Sheep-herdin…
Alexander was never king of Greece because Greece was not a
kingdom, it was a conglomeration of city-states with different
forms of governance. Alexander the Great took over the Hegemony of
a united Greece from his father Philip II after his assassination.
The Hellenic world comprised many tribes/p…
Alexander the Great conquered a total amount of about 20 million square miles of land.
Alexander ascended to the kingship of Macedon in 336 BCE
"???? there was no rome in 750 bc"
well, not exactly. The traditionally accepted date for the founding of Rome was either 753 or 751 BCE. Could you instead be thinking of the sack of Rome by the Galatian Celts in 386 BCE?
Genghis Khan was born in 1162 and died in 1227 so he was 65 years old.
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No. Alexander the Great was a polytheist and worshiped the Greek
pantheon of gods. However, he had no issue with the Jewish belief
in the God of Abraham and explicitly permitted Jews to continue
their faith when he conquered the Persian Empire. His successors,
the Seleucids, were less tolerant than …
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Of course he did, he may have been great but he wasn't perfect.
During a drunken argument he killed his officer and loyal friend
Black Cleitus, a man who had saved his life. He killed thousends of
people when he invaded Persia and other towns or empires.
He led Macedonia in the conquest of the Persian Empire.
Alexander the Great spread the Greek language and aspects of Greek
culture to many parts of Asia and North Africa. Alexandria, a city
he founded in Egypt, remains a center of learning to this day, and
Greek was its primary language until Islamic rule came to Egypt.
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Alexander wanted to get started conquering ASAP.
He got his first opportunity almost immediately. Some of the Greek city-states saw the ascension of the 20-year-old Alexander as a chance to regain their independence from the foreign Macedonians. By the way, "foreign" is how the Greeks saw the Maced…
Takeover of the Persian Empire.
Having it ruled by governors he imposed from his Macedonian
Imposing Greek culture on the varied peoples of the empire to
His object was to firstly conquer the Persian Empire and remove its threat to the West. He then wanted to continue east until he dominated all the land to the eastern ocean (thwarted by mutiny of his army, who had had enough). Having done this his thoughts turned west, with the object of establishin…
He is claimed to have conquered several kingdoms and tribes west of
the Indus River, which is today part of the modern state of
He wanted to spread the Greek culture.Not only did he want to, but he did. His cruel tactics made other Greek city-states too fearful to rebel. By 331 B.C., Alexander controlled the Persian Empire. In the next three years, Alexander pushed his armies eastward to conquer parts of Central Asia. In 326…
Alexander defeated the Great King Darius III at the Battle of Issus (note: Darius is a 'who' not a 'what')
He conquered the whole Persian empire including: Anatolia, Syria,
Phoenicia, Judea, Gaza, Egypt, Bactria, Mesopotamia, Lebanon, Iraq,
Yemen, Jordan, Palestine, Israel, Iran, Tajikistan, Pakistan, part
of India, Saudi Arabia, an…
Susa was an ancient city in Iran in the lower Zagros Mountains. It
was part of the Elamite, Persian, and Parthian empires.
The Rubicon River is in Italy. Alexanders wars were in Greece, Asia
and Africa. His invasion of Asia began with a battle on the
Answer Persia, Egypt, Some Indian states tribes, Syria, and many other ancient empires.
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Of course they had. Alexander the Great as far as the Macedonia
kingdom as a whole, were of Greek origins. Alexander's conquests
added a significant glory to the history of the Greeks.
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Alexander the Great was a Greek from Macedonia as Leonidas was a
Greek from Sparta as Pericles was a Greek from Athens.
Alexander's father was Philip II of Macedonia and his mother the
Mollosian princess from Epirus. Macedonia or Macedon (Greek:
Makedonía; was an ancient Greek …
It was a large area in Egypt
After the death of Alexander the Great, his generals split his empire among themselves. One of these generals was Seleucus, received the Eastern part of the empire. He was the first member of the Seleucid Dynasty. The Seleucid Empire, and the dynasty, survived until 63 BC, when what was left of the …
Alexander the Great was the son of Philip II of Macedon. He was
born in Pella of today's Greek prefecture of Macedonia. Carnabus
established the ancient Macedonian kingdom and is the first known
Macedonian king (808-778 BC). When Alexander the Great was born ,
Pella was and had always been part of t…
They are not sure but there are a a few thoughts, like maybe he fell off his horse during a horseback pursuit from the land of present day Egypt due to battle wounds and physical fatigue, ultimately dying of his injuries, or he died of sickness. Another thought is he was killed by the Tanguts, but t…
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Alexander the Great was the son of the king of Macedonia. He was
highly educated in a Greek style and was from Macedonia. He lived
around the years of 350 BC and led the spread of Hellenism. These
are the 5W's of the who, what, where, when and why of Alexander the
He is famous because his tactical ability, his conquests, and for spreading Greek civilization into the east.
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His fields were bacteriology and he won a Nobel prize in 1945.
The same as every other human.
His father Philip was king before him. He didn't want to inherit wealth and power (although he soon would anyway) but his true passion in life was fame. he wanted to conquer like his father, only better.
Alexander the Great was born in on July 20 356 BCE in Pella, Macedonia. He was married at least times: 1. Roxane, daughter of a Bactrian noble and 2. Stateira, Persian princess and daughter of Darius III (previous Great King of Persia)
Alexander finally defeated the Persian king at Gaugamela in 331 BCE, so he could reasonably claim the empire then.
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It has yet to be discovered. It has been many speculations about where his tomb is but nothing definitive.
Alexander the Great spent most of his ruling years on an
military campaign through Asia and northeast Africa, and by the
age of thirty he had created one of the
largest empires of the ancient world, stretching from
Greece to northwestern India. He was undefeated in battle and
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Answer: The Greek province of Macedonia is located on the northern
Greek peninsula and covers most of the area of the historical
ancient Greek kingdom of Macedonia.
A major event in World War Two that led to the final defeat of the Third Reich was the Battle of the Bulge. Using mainly tanks supported by ground troops, this was a "last gasp" plan to turn the war outcome around.It was a deliberate bursting through of the encircling Allied troops, well thought out…
Roxanne, Stateira, Parysatis.
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