World History
Updated: 2/18/2020
World History

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  • July 356 BCE
  • What do you want to name him?
  • Alexander
  • 336 BCE
  • No!! What am I going to do? Well Alexander is next in line so he will have to be the ruler
  • I am so sorry to have tell you this but your husband is dead
  • 334 BCE
  • I envision the Person Empire will be established and we will get the enemy's soil for all of our stores
  • Born at Pella, Macedonia, to King Philip II and Olympias
  • 331 BCE
  • I Alexander The Great and my army will fight till The Persian Empire is no longer fighting and victory will be ours
  • Alexander becomes ruler of Macedonia - In 336 B.C., Alexander's father Philip was assassinated by his bodyguard Pausanias. Just 20 years old, Alexander claimed the Macedonian throne and killed his rivals before they could challenge his sovereignty. He also quashed rebellions for independence in northern Greece.
  • June 11, 323 BCE
  • Oh no Alexander The Great has died his family will be devastateddeavastated who will be next in line for the thrown
  • Wins Battle of the Granicus River against Darius III of Persia - The first victorious engagement of Alexander the Great's invasion of the Persian Empire established the Macedonians on enemy soil. It allowed Alexander to replenish his empty supply stores and encouraged some key Greek states to rebel against the Persians.
  • 322 BCE - 275 BCE
  • We will fight not only for victory but also for Alexander The Great
  • We will also compete all of his quest!
  • Wins Battle of Gaugamela against Darius III - also called Battle of Arbela, (Oct. 1, 331 bc) battle in which Alexander the Great completed his conquest of Darius III's Persian Empire. It was an extraordinary victory achieved against a numerically superior army on ground chosen by the Persians.
  • Not unless we fight and Wim this battel
  • Dies at Babylon in the palace of Nebuchadnezzar II
  • The Wars of the Diadochi, also known as the Wars of Alexander's Successors. - The Wars of the Diadochi, or Wars of Alexander's Successors, were a series of conflicts fought between Alexander the Great's generals over the rule of his vast empire after his death.