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Philip, Alexander, and Greece in Transition

Lecture no. 24 from the course: Ancient Greek Civilization

Philip, Alexander, and Greece in Transition

Taught by Professor Jeremy McInerney | 30 min | Categories: The Great Courses Plus Online History Courses

Once Philip II had conquered Greece, he used the dream of a Panhellenic crusade to unite the Greeks and conquer the Persian Empire. Philip's son, Alexander the Great, went a long way toward realizing this dream when he led Greco-Macedonian armies in the conquest of Persia and extended the Greek "empire of influence" across Asia as far as the northern marches of the Indian subcontinent.

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