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The growing and trading of crops was the most common way to make a living in Persia. ChaCha again soon!

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Alexander the great's conquest of the Persian Empire resulted in?

A period of cultural diffusion between Greece and the Near East.First, his converting it into an empire of his own, then after his early death, his generals carved it up and established kingdoms of their own which we today call the Hellenistic kingdoms.


What was the result of Alexander the Great's conquest of the Persian Empire?

As he died early, his generals split the empire amongst them, creating several kingdoms, which, after some fighting, settled down to Macedonia, Egypt, Syria and Pergamon.


How did people in early Mesopotamia make a living?

they didnt


How did Alexander the Great ensure the Greek culture would continue after his death?

He established over 70 Greek-style city-states to act as a model for a Greek-style culture (modestly naming half of them Alexandria after himself), He married his senior soldiers to Persian women in an attempt to produce a melded race. He inducted Persian youth into the army. He promoted use of Greek language. However his early death limited these efforts. His generals divided the empire into kingdoms of their own. These kingdoms used Greek ways only in the upper class. The remainder of the populations continued on their customary cultures, customs, religions and languages, and as other peoples invaded from the east, and Rome moved in from the west, the area of residual influence progressively shrank. His dream faded.


What was the extent and impact or the early classical Persian Empire?

It stretched from Libya to Central Asia. It sought to bring security, stability and prosperity to its diverse peoples.

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How did people in early Persian kingdoms earn a living?

through trade


Who conquered most of the Hellenistic and died in the year 323 BCE?

Alexander the Great took over the Persian Empire. After his early death his generals divided the empire into kingdoms of their own. We today call them the Hellenistic kingdoms (= like Greek).


Alexander the great's conquest of the Persian Empire resulted in?

A period of cultural diffusion between Greece and the Near East.First, his converting it into an empire of his own, then after his early death, his generals carved it up and established kingdoms of their own which we today call the Hellenistic kingdoms.


What made the Persian empire decline?

It was captured by Alexander the Great, who appointed his generals as provincial governors. After Alexander's early death the generals turned their provinces into independent kingdoms of their own.


What threats did the early kingdoms of europe face?

The greatest threat to the kingdoms was from defeat in war. Most of the early kingdoms did not survive, as those that did survive destroyed the others.


What was the result of Alexander the Great's conquest of the Persian Empire?

As he died early, his generals split the empire amongst them, creating several kingdoms, which, after some fighting, settled down to Macedonia, Egypt, Syria and Pergamon.


Who were Japan's enemies in the early ages?

Japan was not a unified country in its early days. There were multiple kingdoms whose enemies were the other kingdoms.


How many early african kingdoms collapsed?

Many early African kingdoms collapsed because of inter-tribal fighting over leadership.


What are trading kingdoms of early sub-saharana?

Some of the trading kingdoms of early sub-Saharan Africa include the Kingdom of Ghana, Mali, and Songhai. These kingdoms were known for their wealth and power derived from controlling trade routes that crossed the region. They engaged in the trans-Saharan trade of goods like gold, salt, and enslaved people.


How did people in early Mesopotamia make a living?

they didnt


What happened while Alexander the Great was alive?

He captured the Persian Empire and took it over. He attempted to convert it to Greek culture and language, but his early death forestalled this, and his generals who carved the empire up between them established their own kingdoms.


How did living and working in groups help early people survive?

living and working in groups help the early people survive because they didnt have to do everything everyone would do a little bit (teamwork).