Alexander the Great: Facts, Biography & Accomplishments
Alexander the Great was a king of Macedonia who ... Antiquities in the Greek Ministry of Culture, points out that Agis III, the king of Sparta, worked with the Persians to fortify a harbor at Phalasarna, in west Crete. Persia gave him money and ships ...
The Emergence of Autocracy in Ancient Greece and Rome
Persia became the ... the Peloponnesian Wars, the Greek city-states stopped communicating with one another due to the lack of prosperity under Spartan control and this eventually led to their conquest by King Phillip II of Macedonia (Hanson 175), which ...
The glory of Greece
The legendary Greek soldier, was not even Greek. His father Philip II (382- 336 BC) of Macedonia ... At 20 Alexander was king. His thoughts turned to conquering Darius, king of Persia who had earlier defeated his father. Alexander captured the Persian ...
What if Alexander the Great had lived?
The Macedonians spread Greek culture ... with Macedonia for overall supremacy. Alexander took note of the upstarts and planned to incorporate them into his empire. It is highly unlikely that either could have resisted the Macedonian king.
Greek-Macedonian spat splatters Iceland
The ongoing Greek-Macedonian dispute has spilled over to affect Icelanders ... ““A Name is a Name” movie was being shown as a part in spreading Icelandic made culture in the US. This may be the first time a foreign Ambassador is told what movie ...