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Encyclopedia > 309 BC

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Alexander the Great (1060 words)
Philip having militarily and diplomatically established Macedonian hegemony in Greece, Alexander set off in 334 BC on his famous conquests, the first and most well known of which was the defeat and subjugation of Persia (which then controlled a large area including what are now the modern nations of Iran, Iraq, Syria and Turkey).
He invaded India in 326 BC and fought with King Purushotthama or Porus in the Battle of Hydaspes.
On June 10, 323 BC, before he had returned, he died of a sudden fever, in the palace of Nebuchadnezzar II of Babylon.
greek and roman (1165 words)
In 312 BC, allied with Seleucus, the ruler of Babylonia, he defeated Demetrius, the son of Antigonus, in the battle of Gaza.
In 311 BC a peace was concluded between the combatants, but in 309 BC war broke out again, and Ptolemy occupied Corinth and other parts of Greece, although he lost Cyprus after a sea-battle in 306 BC.
Ptolemy I died in 283 BC at the age of 84.
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