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How did Alexander the Great introduce Greek ideas to Egypt and central Asia?
B) | Greek ideas
False. Alexander the great died in Babylon
Alexander the Great was a Greek from Macedonia as Leonidas was aGreek from Sparta as Pericles was a Greek from Athens. Alexander's father was Philip II of Macedonia and his mo…ther theMollosian princess from Epirus. Macedonia or Macedon (Greek:ÎÎ±ÎºÎµÎ´Î¿Î½Î¯Î±, MakedonÃa ; was an ancient Greek in the northern Greek peninsulaof A rchaic and Classical Greece, and later the dominant state ofHellenistic Greece. Alexander belonged to the Argead dynasty anancient Greek royal house who were the founders and the rulingdynasty of Macedon from about 700 to 310 BCE. Their tradition, asdescribed in ancient Greek historiography, traced their origins toArgos, in southern G reece, hence the name Argeads or Argives .
In 332 B.C.
332BC its now 332bce
Why didn't the democratic ideas of Greek city-states spread throughout the empire of Alexander the Great?
Democracy in the Greek world was short lived - Alexander himself was running an empire with no democracy, and his successors set themselves up as kings. No room for democr…acy there.
He built the city Alexandria in Mid-Egypt. His empire really did all of the building but he helped build it.
Its a common misconception that Greeks hated Alexander. to sum up the Answer there was a part of Greeks hating Phillip the father of Alexander but eventually and by the tim…e Alexander was King they were less people hating him and more willing to join him. In order to Answer that we need to cover two things. So they were Greeks hating Alexander one of them was Demosthenes, who harbored a personal grudge against Philip because of the humiliation he suffered when he lost his power of speech at the Macedonian court (Aischines, On the Embassy 35), but beyond that Demosthenes could call anyone he did not like a barbarian (meaning non Greek), including fellow Athenians. The word, at least in some uses by Demosthenes and others, should be understood as a generic insult. But at the end when Alexander started his campaign that made him "Great" the Greeks that followed him did mostly by there free will as equals (An example is that the Spartans were invited, but declined with out any consequence for them) As a note after his death there was a revolt against the Macedonians from different Cities - States, but again it hasn't got to do with a ethnic matter it had mostly to do with the prolonged campaign that had made even the most loyal soldiers of Alexander tired, at the end even the Macedonian generals went to war with each other.
During his stay in Egypt, he founded Alexandria which would become the prosperous capital of the Ptolemaic Kingdom after his death.
When Alexander the great conquered the Persian Empire he spread greek culture from Egypt to India in addition to the greek alphabet what other legacies did Alexander spread throughout his empire?
He also spread the Greek philosophies called the Hellenic culture that lead to much of the Western culture of today. DSKO. Everyone knows that famous date.
Who conquered Egypt after the death of Alexander the Great?
He conquered those territories, but his attempt to spread Greek culture - a lengthy process - was curtailed by his early death. The culture remained superficial amongst th…e upper classes only.
When did Alexander the Great conquer all of Greece Persia and Egypt spreading Greek culture everywhere?
From 336 to 325 BCE.
Alexander III of Macedon (356-323 bc), better known to history as 'Alexander the Great', was 24 years old when he invaded Egypt. Refer to link below for more details.
Alexander the Great was a Greek from Macedonia as Leonidas was aGreek from Sparta as Pericles was a Greek from Athens. Alexander'sfather was Philip II of Macedonia and his mot…her the Mollosianprincess from Epirus. Macedonia or Macedon (Greek: ÎÎ±ÎºÎµÎ´Î¿Î½Î¯Î±, MakedonÃa ; was an ancient Greek in the northern Greek peninsulaof Archaic and Classical Greece, and later the dominant state ofHellenistic Greece. Alexander belonged to the Argead dynasty anancient Greek royal house who were the founders and the rulingdynasty of Macedon from about 700 to 310 BCE. Their tradition, asdescribed in ancient Greek historiography, traced their origins toArgos, in southern Greece, hence the name Argeads or Argives .
Why did Alexander soldiers refuse to go deeper into central Asia and What effect did this have on Alexander effort to building a great empire?
they were tired of fighting in battles and he was very disappointed because he could not continue to make a great empire.