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  • no match, however, against the military stratagems of Philip of Macedon or his son Alexander. They were a forerunner of the rising power of Rome, which
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  • Greece and Alexander the Great - From Minoans to the rise of Hellenistic Empires, through Alexander the Great World Religions - Religions of the past and
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  • later noted the name, which is how we know today. The temple was destroyed on the same night that Alexander the Great was born. Alexander, as king, offered
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  • Minor. It was the son of Philip II, Alexander the Great, who had conquered the East but it was Philip II who had conquered Greece. The empire of Rome
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  • of Alexander the Great. East Hemisphere in 323 BC (before Alexander's death). The Roman Republic at 44BC The Roman Empire
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  • BCE. The statue stood over 30 meters tall at the mouth of the harbor at Rhodes. After Alexander the Great died, his empire was broken into several pieces
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  • II, the father of Alexander the Great, would continue the legacy of his own father to subdue and unite the feuding Macedonian aristocracy but the fierce
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  • Ming and Qing Colonial days Early days 1860–1898 New Territories taken The Revolution Modern age Educational reforms Political reforms Epilogue Appendices
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  • chance in Asia. Alexander the Great sent samples of dwarf apple trees back to his teacher, Aristotle in Greece. They were maintained at the Lyceum, a center
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  • Persian Wars Peloponnesian Wars Alexander the Great Trojan War Punic Wars -- Carthage and Hannibal Gallic Wars -- Julius Caesar, Vercingetorix First
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  • The Hellenistic period or Hellenistic era of history is the period which followed the conquests and death of Alexander the Great in 323 BC. The Hellenistic
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  • example, the policy of only speaking about people would prevent us from saying Loves( alexander_the_great, beaucephalus) However, widening the domain to
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  • there for the celebration of the marriage between Alexander I of Epirus and Philip's daughter, by his fourth wife Olympias, Cleopatra. While the king was
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  • Macedonia called Alexander III, who became famous in history as Alexander the Great. Macedonia was a small principality located in the northern part of
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  • When Alexander the Great died (June 10, 323 BCE), he left behind a huge empire which comprised many essentially independent territories. Alexander's empire
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  • The Persians added Egypt to their empire in the 5th century BCE, Alexander the Great conquered Egypt in the 3rd century BCE, and then Julius Caesar and
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  • 1st to 2nd Dynasty Khufu Khafra fff Menkaura Shepseskaf Years 2050-1800 B.C. 11th to 12th Dynasty Tutankamun Akhenaton Alexander The Great Ptolamys
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  • of Sumer in the 6th millennium BC until the region's conquest by Alexander the Great in the 4th century BC. This chapter will discuss the first three
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  • Greek (used in the New Testament and by the army of Alexander the Great), go to Textkit's website at http://www.textkit.com. Another great source is http://ntgateway
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  • was defeated by the forces of the Macedonian ruler Alexander the Great at the Battle of Gaugamela, and in October, Babylon fell to the young conqueror
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