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Alexander replied that since he was now king of Asia, it was he alone who decided territorial divisions.
Alexander the Great’s Art of Strategy. King, Commander, and Statesman 3 ed. Fearing the alejaandro of facing other large armies and exhausted by years of campaigning, Alexander’s army mutinied at the Hyphasis River Beasrefusing to march farther east. Their works are lost, but later works based on these original sources have survived.
He spent most of his ruling years on an unprecedented military campaign through Asia and northeast Africa, and he created one of the largest empires of the ancient world by the age of thirty, stretching from Greece to northwestern India. Alexander fled Macedon with his mother, dropping her off with her brother, King Alexander I of Epirus in Dodonacapital of the Molossians.
Diodorus also referred to an advance force already present in Asia, which Polyaenusin his Stratagems of War 5. Upon Philip’s return, he dispatched Alexander with a small force to subdue revolts in southern Thrace.
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Mieza was like a boarding school for Alexander and the children of Macedonian nobles, such as PtolemyHephaistionand Cassander. Alexander’s legacy extended beyond his military conquests. The works of Plutarch. Under Aristotle’s tutelage, Alexander developed a passion for the works of Homerand in particular the Iliad ; Aristotle gave him an annotated copy, which Alexander later carried on his campaigns.
Crossing the river at night, he surprised them and forced their army to retreat after the first cavalry skirmish.
Alexander was emboldened to anabazis his forces, and Ambhi assisted Hephaestion and Perdiccas in constructing a bridge over the Indus where it bends at Hund Magnksupplied their troops with provisions, and received Alexander himself, and his whole army, in his capital city of Taxila, with every demonstration of friendship and the most liberal hospitality. Wilcken, Ulrich . Culture, Identity and Ethnicity from Antiquity to Modernity. Shall I pass by and leave you lying there because of the expeditions you led against Greece, or shall I set you up again because of your magnanimity and your virtues in other respects?
Foolish Plans and Great Military Blunders. Alexander also had alejandor close relationship with his friend, general, and bodyguard Hephaestionthe son of a Macedonian noble. He invited the anabssis of the former satrapy of Gandhara a region presently straddling eastern Afghanistan and northern Pakistanto come to him and submit to his authority.
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Sobre todo describe las batallas. Retrieved 14 November In the Footsteps of Alexander the Great: Attalus was at that time corresponding with Demosthenes, regarding the possibility of defecting to Athens. In pre-Islamic Middle Persian Zoroastrian literature, Alexander is referred to by the epithet gujastakmeaning “accursed”, and is accused of destroying temples and burning the sacred texts of Zoroastrianism.
City states Politics Military. Alexander the Great in historiography.
During the ensuing Battle of ChaeroneaPhilip commanded the right wing znabasis Alexander the left, accompanied by a group of Philip’s trusted generals. An Introduction to East Roman Civilization. Philip II of Macedon Ancestors of Alexander the Great 8.
Alexander tried to persuade his soldiers to march farther, but his general Allejandro pleaded with him to change his opinion and return; the men, he said, “longed to again see their parents, their wives and children, their homeland”.
Campaigning against the Greek city of PerinthusAlexander is reported to have saved his father’s life. This would fit with the intended destination of Alexander’s funeral cortege.
Justin stated that Alexander was the victim of a poisoning conspiracy, Plutarch dismissed it as a fabrication,  while both Diodorus and Arrian noted that they mentioned it only for the sake of completeness.
From Babylon, Alexander went to Susaone of the Achaemenid capitals, and captured its treasury.