What happened while Alexander the Great was alive?
He captured the Persian Empire and took it over. He attempted to convert it to Greek culture and language, but his early death forestalled this, and his generals who carved the empire up between them established their own kingdoms.
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the great depression
No, Alexander the Great did not kill his wives. He died while they were all still alive. His first wife Roxana killed his second wife Stateira, and possibly his third wife Parysatis, out of jealousy after his passing.
Alexander the Great was never conquered while King
Cleopatra was from Egypt, she was Egypt's queen for a while. Alexander the great was from Greece he led the attak over Egypt and was vistorius until a while later.
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His son Alexander IV
Alexander the great built over 70 cities and defeated the while of the world in the Mediterranean region!
Alexander the Great had nothing to do with ancient Rome. He was a Macedonian king and military leader. His conquests were east, while Rome was in the west.
Yes, Alexander did allow slavery. While the city of Tyre was under siege, Alexander sold the women and children into slavery.
No, although he did die of malaria while in Egypt
Caesar did not cry. It was said that when he was serving as a quaestor in Spain, Caesar saw a statue of Alexander the Great and realised that he was the same age as Alexander who had conquered the known word, while he had achieved little. Caesar was dissatisfied, but he did not cry. This, if true, happened 255 years after the death of Alexander. Caesar was in Spain in 68 BC. Alexander died in… Read More
he was the leader of the civil war of a team. he fought freedom.
they were assassinated while driving, but Dede and her husband were not there when it happened. so they are still alive.
Not much to find on James, he was a capt on Gen Washington's staff. He had 6 children and died in Baltimore march 30th, 1835. His eldest son Alexander was involved in the "great runaway" of Lycoming County, PA and was killed by Indians while farming in 1871. hope this helps! a James Hamilton descendant
William the conquerer would win because he had better weapons and armor. Also he had tons of archers while Alexander the Great only had a good infantry.
Alexander the Great was significant because he conquered much of the "eastern known world" of the day and, while his empire didn't survive him, the Hellenistic influences he seeded throughout the region did last and influenced the civilizations of the region.
It approached its demise. It began to splinter into 2 distinct groups - the moderate Federalists, like John Adams, and the High Federalists, like Alexander Hamilton. With the election of 1800 it declined further, and in 1804 (following the death of Alexander Hamilton, in a duel) it collapsed. It stayed alive for a while, but it was disorganized without its leader and was not as powerful as the Democratic-Republicans, who enjoyed a decade or two… Read More
There was more than one queen elizabeth of england. it depends on which one youre talking about
Jane Goodall is still alive. Since she's been alive since 1934, many interesting events have happened. For instance, World War 2, the Vietnam War, 13 US Presidents have been in office, the first Gulf War, the current war in the Middle East, and much, much more.
Alexander the Great heavily affected the region around the Mediterranean by adopting customs while introducing his own to many cultures. He also introduced many Greek ideas and customs to them, forming what is now referred to as the 'Hellenistic Age'.
When Alexander went into Egypt, the Egyptians considered him a liberator. While he stayed in Egypt, he founded the city of Alexandria, which in the future would become a prosperous capital city.
Alexander the Great invaded the Achaemenid empire while Darius III was on the throne. He was the nephew of Artaxerxes IV Arses, placed on the throne after Bagoas killed Arses and all of his children.
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On his fathers side Heracles, while on his mothers side Achilles. Achilles is a dude and so is heracles
What religion did Alexander the Great come in contact with while moving east from Macedonian Greece?
zoroastrianism. It was a monotheistic religion worshiping the god Mazda.
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 while his mother descendant from the Molossians, the tribe of Achilles. Alexander significantly exposed the vast areas that he conquered to Greek civilization and influence.
When Alexander The Great was invading India, he came to the Indus river. He camped at the bank of the river. While strolling along the river he noticed a man lying naked in the sands and having a blissfull smile on his face. After getting back to his camp he sent his men to bring that naked fellow back. When Alexander's men asked the fellow to come, he refused even when he was told that… Read More
Alexander The Great wanted to conquer Persia. They were traveling simultaneously and randomly met at the village of Issus. Darius III followed behind Alexander the great, while in the village of Issus he cut off the hands of the sick troops. so they could NEVER fight again. Even though Darius III outnumbered Alexander by 6-to-1 Alexander succeeded and Darius fled, and was assassinated by his own troops for being a coward. and Alexander gained control… Read More
While Carbon Dioxide is heavier than Oxygen (and therefore greater in mass) Oxygen is great for breathing in, in order to stay alive, while Carbon Dioxide is great because trees recycle it through photosynthesis and put out oxygen for humans and animals to keep breathing
While Neil Armstrong was young, the Great Depression was going on.
There's no real answer to this, but some consider Aristotle the "founder" of Biology because while he was with Alexander the Great he did numerous works in animal biology.
The god Zeus. While in Egypt he travelled to Libya to the temple of Zeus-Ammon at Siwa Oasis, then declared he was his son.
A fire, probably ignited by defective wiring, burning in the pure oxygen atmosphere in the capsule incinerated the astronauts alive, while they were practicing flight procedures.
It is a possiblity, since his relationship with him soured because Alexander went against his teachings and ethics. He didn't listen to Aristotle. There's a theory that Aristotle might have poisned him, since he had knowledge of plants . -actually Aristotle died while Alexander was still underage. he couldn't have poisoned him
He was son of Philip 2 of Macedonia and Olympias. While he tried to present himself as a god as his conquests succeeded, the Macedonians knew him from his boyhood.
Elizabeth I was the last Tudor monarch of England and James I was the first Stuart monarch of Great Britain.
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How did Alexander the Great exposure to Aristotle shape the young man's future as a military leader?
Aristotle was a philosopher. Alexander got his military education from his father King Philip II of Macedonia, and was given by him the opportunity to exercise command while still in his teens.
Lewis and Clark expeditoin is the only big one...if this is for a project or something list landmarks in the expedition...reached pacific, found this, reached this...
Academics have credited the death of Alexander the Great to poison, malaria, typhoid fever or other maladies but the exact reason continues to be debated. What we know for sure is that the king of the ancient Greek kingdom of Macedonia, died in early June 323 BC while suffering a high fever that had lasted ten days.
No person is ever canonized while still living. If it ever happened in history (I have no knowledge of it) it was a monumental blunder. The idea of canonization into sainthood in the Roman Catholic church is that it is a reliable declaration that the person's soul has ascended into heaven.
The Persian Empire did not exist after Alexander the Great died - it was his Macedonian Empire. An his death, his generals who were ruling the provinces converted them into kingdoms of their own (the Hellenistic Kingdoms), starting with Ptolemy in Egypt. Seleucus took Syria and to the east, while Asia Minor was taken by Antigonus.
The War of 1812 with Great Britain he made the three branches(judical,leglistative,executive), but that was back in 1787, not while President.
Glenn Seaborg was the scientist who had an element named after him while he was still alive.
Alexander wanted the cultures of his defeated cities to survive and mix with greek culture What happened instead?
Alexander died early, and his attempts were not pursued vigorously by his successors who split his empire into kingdoms of their own. There was a veneer of Greek culture amongst the Macedonian and Greek upper class, while the mass of the peoples retained their own culture.
His father was Brutally murdered by his friend, he killed his best friend while intoxicated, city sates rebelled against him when he became king, parents divorced.
It is said that another time, when free from business in Spain, after reading some part of the history of Alexander, he sat a great while very thoughtful, and at last burst out into tears. His friends were surprised, and asked him the reason of it. "Do you think," said he, "I have not just cause to weep, when I consider that Alexander at my age had conquered so many nations, and I have all… Read More
In his meteoric conquest and rule of most of the civilized world in and around the Mediterranean Basin in the 4th century BC/BCE, Alexander the Great generally practiced the policy of 'syncretism.' Meaning 'joining' or 'combining,' this policy led Alexander and his aides to allow conquered peoples to retain some of their own customs, values, and beliefs while also introducing many Greek ways, which resulted in a new culture generally labeled as 'Hellenistic.'