Why did Alexander the Great try to promote learning?
he himself was taught by Aristotle
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No.. He concetrated in Middle East as far as India.
he himself was though by Aristotle
Conquest of the World. He thought that that was the end of theworld in the east. He planned to then turn west and take westernEurope, imagining that was the limit of the world….
Proskynesis. However, the Greeks were greatly unfavorable of praising a mortal.
There is no written record indicating why Alexander the Greatwanted to conquer as many countries as he could. It was most likelythe desire to create an immortal legacy and to …civilize what wereperceived as barbaric peoples.
he was a conquer who lead an army
Alexander the Great What can you learn about the growth of the Greek empire from the primary source above?
what can you learn about the growth of the greek empire from the primary source above
we can learn that if u keep believing u can achieve and also if u work hard enough
Alexander did a number of things to "blend" the cultures and create a brotherhood between Macedonians and Persians. After 329 BC, he adopted Persian clothes (white robe and sa…sh, according to Diodorus) and tried to integrate Persian court culture into his own, especially prostration (but this failed). He married a Persian chick named Roxanne and encouraged the rest of his soldiers to also marry interracially by giving them dowries. He added oriental horse archers to his army in 329, and steadily recruited Persian soldiers to fill the gaps of dead Macedonians. The most effective way he mixed the cultures was by founding Greek cities and spreading Hellanistic thought in the East. The cities were all that remained after his death, because he failed to name a successor and his empire was split up into small parts, destroying his efforts of fusion.
Greek culture and ideas.... It's weird I had that for homework 2nite
At Temple of the Nymphs at Mieza in Macedonia under the tutelage ofAristotle.
Was Alexander the Great a conscious promoter of Greek civilization or a egomaniac drunk with a lust for conquest?
He was both. . He attempted to introduce Greek culture as a civilisinginfluence amongst the peoples he took over, but was constantlydiverted by conquests until his early deat…h. After ten years spentconquering the Persian Empire and then beginning to introduce Greekculture, he was also planning a venture to take over Carthage andSicily in the west when he died/was assassinated at the age of30.
Yes. . He founded about 20 cities with his name Â«Alexandria Â« , for example Alexandria in Egypt with itslibrary- important learning center-. . Development of al…l cities and settlements situated on traderoutes permitted Greek culture to spread. The actors were Greeksoldiers, traders, artisans helping set up the cities. . Greek style temples, theatres,gymnasia were built throughout the lands conquered byAlexander and also during the Hellenistic Period after Alexander'sdeath . T hroughout the lands heconquered, we could find statues, architecture andinscriptions that have been found in abundance in manylocal areas, . Alexander's settlementof Greek colonists who ruled lands is also a factor ofGreek culture spread in the East . The Greek culture was spread throughcoinage commemorating events or Greek gods' images . Introduced Greek language inthe East Mediterranean . He established intermarriage between his soldierswith the conquered people. . After his death, his Generals claimed parts of the Macedonianempire, creating several Hellenistic nations :Ptolemaic dynasty in Egypt, Seleucid empire in Syria, Lysimachuskingdom also in Asia Minor etc. These states transmittedGreek culture till Roman conquests who adopted Greek culture,language and themselves and spread it to the western world.
His challenge was to make himself ruler of the world as he knew it- from Europe to India which he understood as the extent of theworld. He succeeded in the east, but his longe…r-term plans to turnwest and take Sicily and Carthage were forestalled by his death at32.