Alexander the Great he died in 323 BcE, was tutored by aristotle, never lost a battle

Following Phillip II's death in 336 BCE, Alexander the Great assumed the throne. Alexander was tutored by Aristotle in Macedonia.

Following the tutoring of Alexander in Macedonia for eight years , Aristotle returned to Athens and established his own established his own school, the Lyceum.

Alexander wanted to settle with Persia once and for all. The both sides never really settled their differences. Then Alexander moved on towards the east to which is none as turkey today. He advanced to Egypt and took over which is none as the Holy land today.

Alexander military battles ended around 330 BCE. He had passed away in 323 do to unknown illness. He was 33 years old. That is how he created the Empire. The Army had learned a lot of training and different languages during his battles.

The Greek culture had a lot of good artists and writers. They were scholars very smart and gifted. The culture would do art like this picture i choose explaining about life it self. The Greeks would travel to seas and back to get information and write about what the saw. Caspian see was one of the seas they traveled through. 

When he died the he fought a lot of wars. I think the traveling and the fighting had a lot to do with his death. They are not sure what caused it. His kinsmen almost went against him.

What cause the split of Alexander the Great of his generals. His death was one reason. Persia was another reason. I think religion and the tough rules they lived by. The Generals wanted to join a new Army. 

The new kingdoms went different was from idealism of Plato. They wanted to learn more about what life meant. The Pyrrhic of Ellis was part of the new kingdom 360 BCE- 270 BCE. They took on the flaws of human intelligence. 

The second century the Hellenistic monarchies became popular after Alexander The Great. they became known as the Jewish people. This was the Maccabees Revolt.


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