The total area of alexander iii’s empire stretched from?

11. Persia and Asia Minor
12. Alexandria, Persia (I say this because after visiting Troy, he fought the Persians for western Asia Minor, before moving down the coast to fight Tyre. Then he made his was to Egypt lastly)


Alexander the Great conquered all sorts of places, Alexander wanted to conquer all of the East and Egypt, however, the chance was ruined because the Persians attacked and defeated them no problem. Alexander the Great before hand had of course conquered- Syria, Anatolia, Judea, Gaza, Egypt, Persia, and Bactria.

i think it would be greece to the indus river

number 2

Explanation the answer is right

The correct answer is – A( Greece to the Indus River.

Alexander II of Macedon (Alexander the Great), during his reign created the biggest empire that the world had ever seen until than, and the Macedonian Empire was stretching on the area between the western parts of the Balkan Peninsula to the Indus River in the northwestern part of India.

Alexander III of Macedon was a genius military tactician, and very often, with much smaller army, managed to defeat the opposition. Also, there has to be given a big credit to his father, Philip II of Macedon, who reformed the Macedonian army and economy, and also managed to invade and put in control the biggest enemies of Macedon, the Greek city-states that despised them.

Note: I wrote from the western parts of the Balkan Peninsula, instead of Greece, because there was not a Greek country, but just city-states, so the western part of the Macedonian Empire were the territories of Macedon, Illiria, and Thessaly.

A greece to the Indus river.

Alexander the III empire ranged from the three continents and covered around two million square miles the entire area from Greece in the west, north to the Danube, south into Egypt and as far to the east as the Indian Punjab.

D. 2 – would be the area where he refused to keep going

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