Alexander the great became king of macedon in 336 bc, when he was only 20 years old, and died at the age of 32, twelve years later during his reign he conquered the achaemenid persian empire, the largest empire that had ever existed, leading his army from greece to pakistan, and from the libyan desert to the steppes of central asia. Alexander the great: alexander the great, king of macedonia was now fanned by the arrival of 30,000 native youths who had received a macedonian military training and by the introduction of asian peoples from bactria, in the organization of his empire, alexander had been content in many spheres to improvise and adapt what he found his. Alexander the great’s macedonian empire spanned from greece to india he died of unknown causes in 323 bc in the ancient city of babylon, in modern-day iraq he was just 32 years old. Based on the above-stated information, alexander the great can be considered to be “great” because of his successful military successes, from an early age he was understood as an achiever he was able to conquer the huge territories (most of the world) on a superhuman scale and established a new empire.
Aged just 20, alexander the great became king of macedon in 336 bc he died aged 32 during his reign, he conquered the achaemenid persian empire, the largest empire that had ever existed, leading his army from greece to pakistan, and from the libyan desert to the steppes of central asia. The fact that we can gather evidence about alexander the great’s life and military campaigns from places so far away from one another paints a picture of an expansive empire we know that alexander was a powerful military leader.
Alexander the great: a very short introduction demonstrates the profound influence the legends of alexander's life have had on our historical understanding of him by focusing on the evidence from his own time aged just 20, alexander the great became king of macedon in 336 bc he died aged 32 during his reign, he conquered the achaemenid persian empire, the largest empire that had ever. The structure of this paper is the following: the brief introduction of alexander the great and his achievements followed by the analysis of the leadership traits of alexander the great, the analysis of the leadership behavior of alexander the great, and the assumption of alexander's leadership in the hospitality industry. Alexander the great's accomplishments and legacy have been depicted in many cultures alexander has figured in both high and popular culture beginning in his own era to the present day the alexander romance , in particular, has had a significant impact on portrayals of alexander in later cultures, from persian to medieval european to modern greek.
Alexander the great and his empire: a short introduction and millions of other books are available for amazon kindle learn more enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free kindle app. Alexander the great, also known as alexander iii or alexander of macedonia, (born 356 bce, pella, macedonia [northwest of thessaloníki, greece]—died june 13, 323 bce, babylon [near al-ḥillah, iraq]), king of macedonia (336–323 bce), who overthrew the persian empire, carried macedonian arms to india, and laid the foundations for the hellenistic world of territorial kingdoms. Alexander the great was an ancient macedonian ruler and one of history’s greatest military minds who—as king of macedonia and persia—established the largest empire the ancient world had ever seen.
Alexander the great and his great empire - alexander the great introduction alexander iii was born on july 20th, 356 bc to king philip ii and olympia’s he was born in pella, macedonia in 343 bc aristotle was hired to educate alexander at the age of 13 in 338 he commanded for the first time the calvary during the battle of chaeronea. Alexander the great had no direct heirs, and the macedonian empire quickly crumbled after his death military generals divided up the macedonian territory in a series of civil wars.
His father, a participant of the military conflicts of the ancient greek world, has greatly contributed to his striving for military glory the future great general got a perfect hellenic upbringing: his mentor was, perhaps, the most famous ancient greek philosopher aristotle alexander was taught by him between 13 and 16 years of age. Generally stated, alexander and his empire concerns itself with the political and organizational aspects of alexander's short-lived empire and it does so in a topical manner briant's explicit purpose is to introduce these topics to students who might otherwise miss them in reading the ancient texts. World conquerors don't come much grander than alexander the great together with genghis khan and tamerlane, the king of macedon sits at the top table of history's greatest empire-builders (cartledge, 2004) alexander the great remains the best example of leadership, unmatched after more than 2000 years.
Alexander the great was an ancient macedonian ruler and one of history’s greatest military minds who—as king of macedonia and persia—established the largest empire the ancient world had ever. Alexander the great was born in the pella region of the ancient greek kingdom of macedonia on july 20, 356 bc, to parents king philip ii of macedon and queen olympia, daughter of king neoptolemus the young prince and his sister were raised in pella's royal court.
- alexander the great alexander the great was the king of macedonia, conqueror of the persian empire, and one of the greatest military geniuses of all times even at an early age, alexander had the promise to become a great leader. Alexander iii of macedon (20/21 july 356 bc – 10/11 june 323 bc), commonly known as alexander the great (ancient greek: ἀλέξανδρος ὁ μέγας, translit aléxandros ho mégas , koine greek: [aléksandros ho mégas] ), was a king ( basileus ) of the ancient greek kingdom of macedon [a] and a member of the argead dynasty.