Where was the Empire of Alexander the Great?

The Empire of Alexander the Great stretched from the Adriatic Sea to the Indus River. Alexander the Great set out to conquer the Persian Empire in 334 BC. He defeated Persian King Darius III and became the King. In 332 BC, Alexander started the conquest over Egypt. He was declared the new ‘Master of the Universe’. Alexander the Great named the city Alexandria after himself. His empire was the largest in the ancient world.

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