the Athenians fought the Macedonians alone because none of the other Greek polies would join them.
the Greeks defeated Philip’s army, preventing him from taking over Greece.
Philip succeeded in gaining control of all of Greece.
None of the above
Why didn’t Philip complete his plan of conquering Persia?
His army was defeated in its first battle against the Persians.
He changed his mind.
He was murdered.
He decided to make an alliance with the Persian king instead.
Which of the following is true of the Battle of Granicus?
It took place in Asia Minor.
Alexander’s army fought the army of the local Persian satraps.
Alexander’s army won the battle.
All of the above
After freeing the Greek cities in Asia Minor from Persian rule and defeating a large Persian army at Issus, he then conquered Syria and continued on to ___, where he founded Alexandria, a city that would become one of the most important cities in the ancient world. (Where was Alexandria?)
How far east did Alexander conquer?
When Alexander poured the water out of his helmet in the desert, why do you think the Greek historian wrote, “So extraordinary was the effect of this action that the water wasted by Alexander was as good as a drink for every man in the army”?