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Chapter 8 - Section 2 Hellenistic Greece

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Transcript of Chapter 8 - Section 2 Hellenistic Greece

A Strong Ruler Can Unite a Divided People
Greek City-States
Fighting One Another
23 Years Old
Strong
fearless
Army Genius
1. Organized a professional Army
2. Made new battle formations
3. Used Cavalry and Infantry
4. New Weapons - catapolt
Roman Battering Ram
King Philip II
Philip Conquers Greece
How King Philip
Conquered Greece
Alexander Tries to
Conquer the World

Alexander
destroyed
Thebes
Alexander
made
Egypt's
Pharaoh
Alexander
conquers
Mesopotamia
Alexander
attacks
Persepolis
Alexander
conquers
East Asia
Alexander the Great
Alexander the Great died and no one could unite the empire.
The Legacy of
Alexander

The Hellenistic
The Blend of Greek, Persian, Egyptian and Indian Style
Common Language
Clothing Style
Discoveries in Science and Medicine
Alexander had returned to Babylon to make plans for a land-sea expedition around Arabia when he fell ill with a fever and died. He was not yet 33 years old. His body, according to legend, was preserved in honey within a glass coffin and placed in an imposing mausoleum in Alexandria, Egypt.
Alexander
defeats
Presia in
Anatolia
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