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Alexander the Great...
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Despite Alexander the Great's unconventional upbringing in 4th Century B.C.E., he managed to positively impact Greece as a king, in conquest, and even after death.
"I am indebted to my father for living, but to my teacher for living well."- Alexander the Great
Life as a King
D.O.B.: July 20th, 356 B.C.E.
King Philip II
Tutors: Leonidas, Lysimuchus, Aristotle
After His Death
Philip's assassination (336 B.C.E.)
Alexander III takes over Philip's army and becomes King of Macedonia.
Perfects the Phalanx (military style)
Need to outdo his father fueled his ambitions
by: Maddy Arroyo and Sarah Coleman
Invasion of Hellespont
Battle of Granicus
Conquest of Greece
Battle of Gaugamela
Battle of Issus
Alexander III v.s. King Darius III (Conquering of Persia)
Alexander III v.s. Porus in India
Begins in 327 B.C.E. with small battles
Greek civilization influences (Hellenistic World)
How did Alexander's relationship with his father affect his ruling?
How did Alexander's conquests reflect on his leadership?
What effect did Alexander have on the rest of the world after his death?