Why were there kingdoms created from Alexanders empire?
Alexander left no clear heir, and after his death his generals divided up his empire and fought amongst themelves. It eventually settled down to Macedonia, Syria and Egypt.
His generals fought each other and slit up his empire into a number of kingdoms we call today the Hellenistic Kingdoms. These eventually settled down to Macedonia, Egypt, Syria and Pergamon.
The Ptolemaic Kingdom of Egypt , the Seleucid Empire in the east , the Kingdom of Pergamon in Asia Minor and Macedon .
He only had one son but when Alexander died his son was to young and alexanders empire was split into kingdoms
He left no viable heir, and his generals grabbed parts of the empire and fought over these spoils. The residue was the Hellenistic Kingdoms ruled by dynasties descended from the most successful surviving generals.
When Alexander died he left no clear successor so his generals split it up into what we mow call the Hellenistic kingdoms. These finally settled out into Syria, Egypt and Macedonia.
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.
Macedonia, Syria, Pergamum, and Egypt
because he wanted that name before he died - said the pharaoh
throughout Alexanders empire
Macedonian generals were fighting for control over his empire.
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Macedonia, Egypt, Syria.
Alexander conquered Egypt, Macedonia, and the Persian Empire.
alexanders empire went from the Tigris to saltlake city
Alexanders empire extended from Egypt in the West to India in the East
Macedonia Syria Egypt
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Europe, Asia Africa
Mainland Greece, and in Africa, Libya.
Macedonia, Egypt, Syria, and later Pergamon.
He had not left a strong leader in his place.
India he had Ambassadors to the kingdom of Cathay (China).
The body of water that border's Alexander's empire on the west is the Mediterranean Sea.
The Diadochi (Or successors) to the Alexandrian Empire were three of Alexanders former generals named Perdiccas , Craterus amd Antipater . (Lower ranking officers who also vied for power were Ptolemy I Soter , Lysimachus , Peucestas , Peithon and Leonnatus .)
Alexander the Great's generals split up his empire after his death and created kingdoms. We call them Hellenistic because they tried to make them 'like Greek' (Hellenic)
Greece was badly debilitated and the war solved nothing - the city-states continuing fighting each other in varying alliances. This allowed the rise and dominance of Macedonia, Alexanders takeover of the Persian Empire, and the division of the eastern Mediterranean and Middle East into the Hellenistic Kingdoms of his successors.
which empire? generally, a king who defeated other kings and absorbed their kingdoms into his own would be called an Emperor of an Empire. Be more specific for an exact name of an empire founder
The empire split into small kingdoms. These kingdoms were overrun by the Hunas or other Central Asian nomads. Which caused the empire to end about 535.
King Charlemagne united the kingdoms of Austrasia and Neustria in modern day France and Germany.
Libya, Egypt, the countries of the Middle East, Central Asia and Pakistan.
Western and Central Asia, North Africa and Eastern Europe.
The Greek "empire" that was won by Alexander the Great was never conquered. It collapsed and was divided by his generals into independent kingdoms.
There are 47 different ancient African kingdoms. In North Africa there was The Egyptian Empire, the Kushite Empire, Carthaginian Empire, Kingdom of Numidia and Kingdom of Vandals and Alan.
Alexander died at the age of 32. His time as king was spent conquering the Persian Empire and was too brief for any significant other activities. This lay with his successors who created kingdoms (the Hellenistic Kingdoms) when they seized parts of his empire after his death.
His generals split up the empire and formed their own kingdoms (today we call them the Hellenistic Kingdoms).
India to the East and Egypt/Macedonia to the west
After his death his generals carved up his empire amongst themselves and created what we now call the Hellenistic Kingdoms.
Four distinct kingdoms emerged into independence following Alexander's death and the break-up of his unified empire. Macedonia, Alexander's home region, retained its position as ruler of Greece and closely surrounding areas. The Ptolemaic kingdom encompassed most of what is now Egypt. The Pergamons controlled most of what is now modern-day Turkey (Asia Minor) and other areas adjacent to the Black Sea. The Seleucids ruled the largest portion of the former empire, from the Middle East… Read More
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They were absorbed into Alexander's empire when he conquered the Persian Empire. When that empire was broken up into the Hellenistic kingdoms by his successors, they were either absorbed into those kingdoms or remained as independent city-states until they were absorbed into the expanding Roman Empire which took over the kingdoms and city-states/
The Persian Empire.
The three kingdoms were the Old Kingdom, the Middle Kingdom, and the New Kingdom.
When Alexander died his empire split into 3 kingdoms.
Babylonia emerged when Hammurabi created an empire out of the territories of the former kingdoms of Sumer. In other words, Babylonia began the Empire that Sumer started but they were the same people.
He left no effective heir, so his generals split up the empire amongst themselves. There were several, which eventually came down to Egypt, Syria, Macedonia and Pergamon.
Hellenistic means 'like Greek'. It was spread by the Macedonians through the empire created by Alexander the Great. After his death, his general divided his empire amongst themselves and established their own kingdoms which we today call the Hellenistic kingdoms. There were several which contested with each other but eventually settled into Macedonia, Egypt, Syria and Pergamon.
A blend of Greek and local culture we today call Hellenistic.
It was the western part of the Roman Empire which collapsed. The eastern part continued to exist for nearly 1,000 years. The Germanic peoples who invaded the western part of the Roman Empire (the Vandals, Sueves, Alemanni and Burgundians) created their own kingdoms in some parts of it. Two Germanic peoples who had been allowed to settle in the empire (the Visigoths and the Franks) took over other western areas and also created their own… Read More
United Kingdoms was created in 1993-08.
The Germanic kingdoms transformed the Roman world by destroying the western part of the Roman Empire. These were the kingdoms of the peoples who invaded this part of the Roman Empire or took over parts of if it after having been allowed to settle within the empire (the Franks and the Visigoths). The eastern part of the Roman Empire was not affected by these invasions and continued to exist for nearly 1,000 years.