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How far did the empire created by Alexander the Great stretch?
Alexander's Empire was twice as big as the Roman Empire
Answer: Europe, Africa and Asia.
India he had Ambassadors to the kingdom of Cathay (China).
About 1100 miles
He led his troops into near-constant battle and defeated the Persian empire.
Pella, Granicus, Sardis, Gordium, Issus, Alexandria, Memphis, Gaugamela, Babylon, Susa, Perpolis, Pasargadae, Ecbatana, Alexandropolis, Alexandria Ariea, Kandahar, Kabul
From today's Libya, through Egypt and the Middle East, to Central Asia and today's Pakistan.
Alexander the Great began his empire from Macedonia his hometown in Northern Greece by uniting the Greek states into one nation.
The Romans were at their greatest extent in the early 2nd century of the Common Era, when Trajan briefly annexed Mesopotamia. The Byzantine (East Roman) Empire should be regar…ded as a subset of this - they never expanded beyond the boundaries of the earlier state. The Roman empire reached 2,200,000 sq miles (5.7 million square kilometers).
Alexander the Great built his empire in the latter half of the 4th century B.C.E. Born in 356 B.C.E. and ascending to the Macedonian (and Greek) throne in 336 B.C.E., he b…egan his world conquest in 334 B.C.E. only to die just over ten years later, in 323 B.C.E.
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.
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
With intelligence and smart military tactics. His army was routinely outnumbered. He used his men better than the other army. Also he inherited Macedonia from his father… who was assassinated. He took over and tried to find the one who sent the assassin (Dorias i think). While trying to find this guy, he heard that there were riches to the east. He traveled and conquered many lands until he came to a battle with this king. the king fled the battle, Alexander defeated that guy's army. Alexander came upon Babylon i think and loved it so much that he decided to stay. He loved the culture, the people and felt that he could breed a superior race of Macedonian and Babylonian. He then proceeded to catch the king who he had found dead (the guy was betrayed by his own because he failed them). After that he suddenly died, nobody is sure why. Some say it is because of disease, some say battle, some say assassination. He and Ghengis Khan are the only people to conquer the Persians (now Iran) in all of history.