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The greatest military commander of the Ancient World, Alexander created a sprawling empire that stretched from Greece in the west to the Indus River in the east, near present-day India. Warfare in Ancient Greece played an important role in Greek society and profoundly impacted the history of the civilization. This poster exhibit presents an illustrated timeline of Ancient Greece’s major wars and battles, and examines Alexander’s dynamic but short life.
Booth Library, Symposia, Symposium, Ancient Greece, A Futuristic Look Through Ancient Lenses, Alexander the Great