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Detailed notes on Battle of Gaugamela

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1st millennium BC Time Military terminology Alexander the Great Battle of Gaugamela Erbil Military history of Iraq Battle of Issus Parmenion The Battle of Alexander at Issus Bessus Companion cavalry Darius Alexander
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1st millennium BC Time Military terminology Alexander the Great Battle of Gaugamela Erbil Military history of Iraq Battle of Issus Parmenion The Battle of Alexander at Issus Bessus Companion cavalry Darius Alexander
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Warry states that “Alexander wanted to capture the fugitive Darius” Furthermore Warry details that Alexander had an aim of blending Persian and Greek civilization and culture, which could only be accomplished by conquering and attaining the whole of the Persian empire. It is best to say that Alexander’s aims were mixed but above all his quest for Homeric glory still had high pretense. Foreman states that the aim of this battle was to “decide the mastery of Asia once and for all”. The outcome of the battle was the decisive victory of Alexander’s army, due to Alexander’s skills as a general and consequent control of the Persian Empire. Not only did Alexander force Darius to flee the field of battle, which led to the end of the Kings reign, he also secured safe passage to Babylon, which Worthington states allowed him to secure the trea...
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