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World History - Ancient Greece - Alexander the Great

World History - Ancient Greece - Alexander the Great

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  • my son ask for thyself another
    Kingdom for that wich I leave
    Is too small for thee
    (king philip of macedonia - 339 b.c.)

    Near to the east
    In a part of ancient greece
    In an ancient land called macedonia
    Was born a son
    To philip of macedon
    The legend his name was alexander

    At the age of nineteen
    He became the macedon king
    And he swore to free all of asia minor
    By the aegian sea
    In 334 b.c.
    He utterly beat the armies of persia

    Alexander the great
    His name struck fear into hearts of men
    Alexander the great
    Became a legend mongst mortal men

    King darius the third
    Defeated fled persia
    The scythians fell by the river of jaxartes
    Then egypt fell to the macedon king as well
    And he founded the city called alexandria

    By the tigris river
    He met king darius again
    And crushed him again at the battle of arbela
    Entering babylon
    And susa treasures he found
    Took persepolis the capital of persia

    Alexander the great
    His name struck fear into hearts of men
    Alexander the great
    Became a God mongst mortal men

    A phrygian king had bound a chariot yoke
    And alexander cut the gordian knot
    And the legend said that who untied the knot
    He would become the master of asia

    Helonism he spread far and wide
    The macedonian learned mind
    Their culture was a western way of life
    He paved the way for christianity

    Marching on marching on

    The battle weary marching side by side
    Alexanders army line by line
    They wouldnt follow him to india
    Tired of the combat, pain and the glory

    Alexander the great
    His name struck fear into hearts of men
    Alexander the great
    He died of fever in babylon
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  • 1. Phillip II of Macedonia:
    • “ My son, ask for thyself another kingdom, for that which I leave is too small for thee…”
  • 2. Phillip II of Macedonia: Father of Alexander
  • 3. Alexander the Great
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  • 6. The Greatest Warrior of all time? Alexander the Great…
  • 7. May be the only general in history to never lose a battle…
  • 8. Greece M A C E D O N I A
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  • 11. Alexander the Great : His name struck fear into hearts of men… Alexander the Great : Became a legend ‘mongst mortal men…
  • 12. Alexander defeats Persia
  • 13. Invasion of Persia 334 BC
  • 14. Darius III defeated at Issus
  • 15. Darius flees, killed by his own generals
  • 16. Alexander the Great , Became a GOD among mortal men
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  • 19. His conquests create the Hellenistic Era: An age that saw the expansion of Greek language and ideas
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  • 24. Defeats 250,000 Persians at Gaugamela
  • 25. He would become the master of Asia!
  • 26. He would become the master of Asia!
  • 27. Hellenism he spread far and wide, The Macedonian learned mind, Their culture was a western way of life, He paved the way for Christianity
  • 28. Marching on…. Marching on….
  • 29. Indus Alexander Invades India
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  • 31. The battle wearing marching side by side, Alexander’s army line by line, They wouldn’t follow him to India, Tired of the combat, pain and the glory.
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  • 33. Alexander the Great… he died of fever in Babylon.
  • 34. Alexander’s Sarcophagus
  • 35. Empire broken up among Generals
  • 36. 4 Kingdoms Created after Alex’s Death
    • Macedonia
    • Syria
    • Pergamum &
    • Egypt
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