When was the Persian Empire destroyed?
Alexander the Great conquered the Persian Empire over ten years from 334 BCE, however he did not destroy it, but rather turned it into an empire of his own. After his death, his generals divided it up amongst themselves and created what we today call the Hellenistic Kingdoms.
Alexander the Great.
Alexander the great eventually destroyed the empire, and united it with Greece.
Alexander the Great conquered the Persian Empire and converted it into an empire of his own, not to destroy the Persians but to convert them to Greek culture.
It was a symbolic step in establishing control of the Persian Empire, whose armies he had already defeated. He destroyed the city and established the centre of his empire in Babylon, thus signalling that Persian control was over.
The Persian Empire.
The Persian Empire was not a person.
Alexander the Great's Macedonian Empire was the largest in size before the Roman Empire, although it was very short-lived. The largest enduring Empire before Rome was the Persian Empire destroyed by Alexander.
The Persian Empire absorbed the Babylonian Empire.
The Persian Empire absorbed the Baabylonian Empire.
no, only the Persian empire.
The Persian Empire incorporated the Indus Valley.
An empire is an empire, a war is a war.
He entered into Asia Minor and destroyed the Persian provincial army there at the battle of Granicus,, and executed the Greek mercenaries in Persian service to discourage Greeks joining the Persian army and providing them with the armoured infantry they desperately needed to stand up to Alexander's armoured forces.
Cyrus the Great ruled the Persian Empire . Persian empire
There is no Persian Empire today.
The Persian Empire was brought to an end by who?
Xerxes the Great was king of the Persian Empire.
The Persian War.
Yes, under the Persian King Darius, Afghanistan was part of the Persian Empire because of his conquests for expanding the empire.
Three empires immediately come to mind: the Roman empire, the Parthian/Persian empire and the Chinese empire. Three empires immediately come to mind: the Roman empire, the Parthian/Persian empire and the Chinese empire. Three empires immediately come to mind: the Roman empire, the Parthian/Persian empire and the Chinese empire. Three empires immediately come to mind: the Roman empire, the Parthian/Persian empire and the Chinese empire. Three empires immediately come to mind: the Roman empire, the Parthian/Persian… Read More
Did anyone concur in the Persian Empire? Ask a sensible question. If you meant to ask "Who conquered the Persian Empire?", the answer is Alexander the Great of Macedon.
Yes, the Persian Empire controlled Egypt.
They called it the Kingdom of Persia. We call it the Persian Empire.
What reflects the chronological order of empires in and around the fertile crescent from first to last?
Mesopotamia Sumerians Sargon the Great and the Akkadian Empire Assyrian Empire The Phoenicians The Chaldeans The Persian Empire: Cyrus the Great The Scythians The Persian Empire: Darius The Persian War End of the Persian Empire
Asia Minor was part of the Persian Empire. Alexander the Great took the Persian Empire by military conquest.
The Byzantine Empire was in Eastern Europe and Asia Minor. The Persian Empire stretched from Libya to Central Asia.
The past does not mirror the future, so modern states can mirror the Persian Empire, not the other way round. Responsible modern states try to achieve good government, security and prosperity for their peoples. This is what the Persian empire tried to do, setting a good example for the present. However, like the present states and their wars and failings, the Persian Empire had limited success, and its prosperity attracted the covetous eyes of the… Read More
i think it was the Great Persian Empire, the largest Empire in ancient times. The King of Troy was the Satrap for the Persian King of Kings, and that is why later, after the Greeks burned and destroyed Troy, Shah-en-Shah Xerxes invaded Greece, defeated the Greek-Spartan Army, entered into their capital Athens and BURNED THE ACROPOLIS IN A PUNISHING ACT FOR BURNING TROY.
Egypt and Libya were part of the Persian Empire.
The ruler who created the Persian Empire was Cyrus the great
the western roman empire was destroyed by germanic tribes in 470 the eastern roman empire was destroyed by ott,man empire in 1215
The Persian Empire (also known as the Achaemenid Empire) existed 550 to 330 BCE.
The empire that was destroyed by the thirty years' wars was the Roman Empire which was destroyed by Napoleon.
The Byzantine Empire was to the north and northwest of Arabia while the Persian Empire was to the north and northeast of Arabia.
There is not just one Persian Empire. There are several. If you are specifically referring to the Persian Empire of Cyrus the Great, Darius, and Xerxes, that empire was overrun by Alexander the Great between 334-324 B.C.E.
it is egypt because the persian empire is not in africa
The continent that most of the Persian Empire is located is Asia.
The greatest king of the Persian empire was Cyrus the Great.
Egypt was part of the Persian Empire which Alexander the Great conquered.
A strength of the Persian Empire was that the people were happy. A weakness of the Persian Empire was there were too high of taxes.
There was no Persian Empire in 650 BCE. The Persian tribe was tributory to the Medes until after 550 BCE.
It focussed Greek attention on the Persian Empire, and led to Alexander's invasion and takeover of the Persian Empire.
Cyrus the Great was the ruler who greatly extended Persian Empire. He was the founder of the Achaemenid Empire.
The Persian Empire succeded and tookover the Babylonian Empire.
The Persian Empire was important to Western Asia, the Mauryan Empire was important to India.
There is no connection between the Aztec Empire and the Persian Empire. They did not know of each other's existence.
By the Persian king Xerxes.
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Mainland Greece in ancient times was not part of the Persian Empire, though many Greek lands in what is now Turkey were conquered by Persia. It was Greek military resistance to two Persian invasions that kept it out of the Persian Empire.