Alexander the Great Study Guide
Alexander the Great extended the empire of the Greeks to Egypt and started the period of Greek history known as the Hellenistic era.
The Diadochi were followers of Alexander the Great who succeeded in gaining control of a portion of Alexander's empire after Alexander's death.
Seleucids - About the Seleucids and the Seleucid Dynasty
he Seleucids were the rulers of the eastern part of Alexander the Great's empire from June 312 to 64 B.C.
A profile and links on Alexander the Great, the Macedonian who spread Hellenistic culture as far as India.
Dates for Major Events in Ancient History
Time line of major events in the ancient history of the world. Most dates and events on the ancient history timeline are of political importance.
Basic information on the ancient city of Alexandria.
Article from the 1911 Encyclopedia - History of Alexandria
An article from the 1911 encyclopedia on the history of Alexandria covering Alexandria from its founding by Alexander the Great through the Middle Ages.
Alexander the Early Years
Alexander, clever enough to tame the wild horse Bucephalus, was also wild and powerful enough to have founded a city while a youth.