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He led his troops into near-constant battle and defeated the Persian empire.
Alexander invaded the Persian Empire and took it over, making it into an empire of his own.
Alexander's Empire was twice as big as the Roman Empire
To today's Pakistan.
Alexander the Great's empire began in Greece and Macedon. It stretch across Asia Minor, Egypt and through Persia. His empire extended to the Indus river in India.
Hellenistic comes from Hellas a.k.a Greece. Historians around the world believe that when Alexander with the other greek cities went against the Persians and the other countri…es in the east, he brought their advanced greek civilization, culture and language. This is also the reason that the new testimony was written in greek. This is why those kingdoms were called Hellenistic as well as the whole era.
Answer: Europe, Africa and Asia.
He simply captured the Persian empire and took it over.
From Hellas and Egypt in the west, to beyond the Indus river. From the northern stretches of the Arabian peninsula, to the Kaukasus mountains and Bactria.
Darius II of the Persian Empire
Alexander the Great expanded his empire by conquering other places and after conquering, he would respect his concurred places. He would teach them other cultures(Greek) a…nd if they didn't worship the culture, he would hurt them and put them into slavery under his command. Alexander wore Persian clothing to share even more culture.#rekt
The Macedonian Empire. Which fell apart pretty quickly upon his death.
Alexanders empire extended from Egypt in the West to India in the East
Alexander the Great's empire went as far east as Central Asia and western India (today's Pakistan).