What were the major consequences of Alexander's death?
The biggest consequence of Alexander the Great's death was the crumbling of his empire. Alexander did not appoint an heir and the empire became divided which made it susceptible to attack.
He died of a fever. It is unknown whether this was a natural event or whether it was induced by poisoning. His empire was divided up by this generals, who fought over the spoils. It eventually settled down to the separate kingdoms (we call them today the Hellenistic kingdoms) of Macedonia, Egypt, Syria-Mesopotamia and Pergamon, which were subsequently incorporated into the expanding Roman Empire.
Alexanders major victories were in Eygpt and then he became master of Persia but Egypt was his major victory!
Macedonia, Syria, Pergamum, and Egypt
He had not left a strong leader in his place.
Macedonian generals were fighting for control over his empire.
Alexander conquered Egypt, Macedonia, and the Persian Empire.
You get sentenced to death.
Death, if not treated.
The consequences for dynamite is death; especially if you don`t know what and how to use it.
Instant death. Instant death.
Death penalty LOL
Death and destruction.
The severe consequences of Naegleria fowleri are inflammation in the brain that causes amebic meningoencephalitis and death.
Sin death "The wages of sin are death..."Rom 6:23
sometimes death depends on how bad it is
death , illness or pain
death or disease
Death too MILLIONS!
you live a slow painful death
death and people
death by electrocution
World War III
The consequences of losing water in the body are: dehydration irreversible health problems death
Consequences of a tornado include damaged or destroyed property and vegetation and injury or death in people and animals.
The consequences of gang violence is either death, lying in hospital forever or ending up in jail.
the fact u died
more death and domage
bad health and stuff
The death of Louis XVI after the Declaration of Pillnitz which threatened dire consequences for France if anything happened to him. For the French Revolution there was no way to turn back the clock.
The consequences of drunk driving are severe injury or death. Wether or not you crash, you will probably be arrested and sent to jail.
The Black Death hit Europe in the mid 14th century with devastating consequences what was not a result of this plague?
The Black Death hit Europe in the mid 14th century with devastating consequences Which of the following was not a result of this plague?
democracy was first because in 500 BC democracy started and Alexander the Great died in 331 BC
the economic collapse of all markets.
It was bad and good because............
death, less money
if you need it and don't get it the consequence is death probably
You can suffer the consequences of an overdose, including death, in your sleep.
Usually death, mayhem , and monetary / property loss.
stomach ache and possible death
When you were to be punished, you would be put to DEATH!
Consequences?æof epidemics include death and destruction. It can also cause fear, panic, and worry in the population which can lead to crime.
Major consequences of hydrogen bonding are: - surface tension - capillary action and imbibition - resistance to temperature change
The Major cause of death for Jauguars are the hunters.
People were Killed :( AND LOTS OF BUILDINGS WERE DESTROYED