Essay on Alexander The Great

Alexander The Great Narrative

Introduction Alexander III, more commonly known as Alexander the Great, was one of the greatest military leaders in world history. He was born in Pella, Macedonia, then a Greek nation. The exact date of his birth is uncertain, but was probably either July 20 or 26, 356 B.C. Alexander was considered a child from his […]

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Alexander the Great and the Battle of Gaugamela

King Alexander at only 25 years old, his reputation already one of greatness had led his men into Asia. To his soldiers, their invasion of Persia was to fight back after half a century of devastation brought onto Greece during the Persian wars between 499 and 448 BC. Alexander’s private desire, however, was to cast […]

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Alexander the Great: The Invisible Enemy

Alexander the Great Introduction Contending has been an ineluctable portion of human history since worlds evolved. Regardless of the purpose. no conflict can be successful without a good leader. In history. among the best military leaders was Alexander the Great. He was born in Pella. 20th July 356BC. As a immature individual. Alexander was a […]

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Political and Economic Persian and Greek Comparison

Persia and Greece were beautiful and prosperous empires and where the most influential of their time. In this essay I will talk about the two main empires’ political structures and their economy and I will also state similarities and differences between the two empires. The two empires’ political structures might have varied greatly but their […]

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Alexander the Great’s Determination

After the death of King Darius III, Alexander began to introduce his ‘Policy of Fusion’. He believed that if the two traditions (Macedonian and Persian) could be “blended and assimilated”, his authority would be more securely established and would rest on good will rather than on force, according to ancient historian Plutarch. This tell us […]

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Does Alexander the Great deserve his title

Alexander the Great was born in 356 BC. His father was Philip II of Macedon who died when Alexander was nineteen years old. Alexander then became the king of Macedonia. Philip had plans to conquer Persia and Alexander wanted to finish what his father had started. This eventually evolved into Alexander taking over most of […]

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Ancient Greek Racism

This essay sets out to investigate the types and extent of racism and tribalism that existed in Ancient Greece. This is a topic over which there has been considerable debate. Most modern scholarship converges around the belief that racism in its modern form, which is largely concerned with biological, physiological and physiognomic factors, did not […]

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