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  • Hellenic Minoans through the death of Alexander the Great Hellenistic Death of Alexander the Great through defeat by Rome
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  • Equipment: Sirissa 13 to18 foot two handed counter balanced stabbing spear Shield smaller circular arm/shoulder strap supported Helmet Breastplate Sword
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  • move down the coast of Ionia and liberate the Greek cities
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  • Alexander the Great Alexander's Immediate concerns: fleet not big enough to deal with the Persian fleet at sea, so Alexander has to disable it by concentrating first on the coast and securing all potential Persian naval bases an army this large (plus ship crews totalling c. 36,000) has to be fed and paid, and their going to have to live off the land their in, so it's important for Alexander to begin his conquests rapidly
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  • Consequences of Gaugamela: 1.Alexander ruled in the heart of the Persian Empire took Babylon and Susa without resistance Persepolis was defended, but Alexander was able to take it, too 2.Officially, the crusade against Persia was over considers himself not the leader of the allied Greeks against Persia, but as the King of Asia allowed the Greek allies to return home, though many of them stayed on as mercenaries
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  • Alexander the Great 3.Alexander planed to continue his conquests heads toward Ecbatana, where Darius had fled growing dissension among the ranks many of Alexander's lieutenants, including Parmenio, are executed during this period
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  • The Return: 1.Constructed a fleet to transport some troops down the Indus 2.Alexander takes part of his forces west by land, leaves the fleet to sail and meet up with him again at the head of the Persian gulf 3.desperate time crossing the Gedrosian desert 4.Spring of 323 back in Babylon
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  • 5.late May Alexander falls ill, and on 10 June dies possibly long-term effects of alcoholism possibly malarial fever, which might have developed into leukemia rumors that Alexander had been poisoned gradually
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  • Alexander the Great Succession: 1.Perdiccas, who by now was Alexander's senior commander, claimed that Alexander gave him his ring shortly before his death, to signify the passing on of imperial authority Among Alexander's reported last words: 2.when asked to whom he left his kingdom, he replied, 'to the strongest'
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  • Alexander the Great most important figures in the struggle for power are: 1.Perdiccas, Alexander's top officer at the time of his death 2.Ptolemy, one of Alexander's generals and related to the royal house 3.Seleucus, commander of the hypaspists 4.Antipater, the regent in Macedonia, and a member of Philip's generation 5.Craterus, who had been sent to replace Antipater 6.Cassander, Antipater's son 7.Lysimachus, one of Alexander's bodyguard 8.Antigonus, satrap of Phrygia, 9.Eumenes of Cardia, Alexander's secretary
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  • Succession results: 1.Antigonid dynasty in Macedonia under Antigonus II
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  • Succession results: 1.Antigonid dynasty in Macedonia under Antigonus II 2.Ptolemaic dynasty in Egypt under Ptolemy II
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  • Succession results: 1.Antigonid dynasty in Macedonia under Antigonus II 2.Ptolemaic dynasty in Egypt under Ptolemy II 3.Seleucid dynasty in Syria, Mesopotamia, and Iran under Antiochus I
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