Objects & Places from Alexander of Macedon, 356-323 B.C.: A Historical Biography

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Macedonia - This place was a large territorial state in Europe that included modern day Greece.

Pella - This place was the capital of Macedonia.

Mieza - This place is a village north of Beroea and is located in the eastern foothills of the Bermios range.

Chaeronea - This place is the site of the decisive battle where Macedonia defeated the armies of Athens and Thebes.

Athens - This place was one of the strongest city states in ancient Greece.

Thebes - This place was a strong city state located forty miles from Athens.

Persian Empire - This place ranged from the Red Sea to the Caspian Sea and from Hellespont to past Kindu Kush.

Ephesus - This place was a part of the Persian Empire where Alexander first established his base after the battle of Granicus.

Issus - This was a place in Persia where the...

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