What would've happened to Alexander the Great if the Persians won the Greco-Persian wars and conquered all of Greece?

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  • What would've happened to Alexander the Great if the Persians won the Greco-Persian wars and conquered all of Greece?


Answer #1 | 07/07 2014 07:42
There would have been no Alexander the Great. A Persian conquest of Greece would have been the start of further expansion into Europe,and 150 years later (which was when Alexander was active( Greece would have ben developing along Asian political and cultural lines,not Greek ones.Many Greek sates (including Macedon) allied with Persia during the invasions of 490 BC and 480 BC - there would have been no collective Greek desire for revenge for these invasions in the mid 4th century BC with Greece under Persian rule for a century and a half.
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Answer #5 | 07/07 2014 08:31
As the Spartans replied to Philip – If.
Answer #6 | 07/07 2014 06:53
Short Answer: Who can say? Thoughts: Even if the Persians had conquered Hellas I question whether they would have been able to hold on to it until the time of Alexander the Great. The Battle of Marathon was 490BC, Alexander destroyed Thebes in 335BC. The Persians did maintain control over the Greek city states in Asia Minor, but I think being separated by the Aegean (or at least the Hellespont) would have made mainland Hellas harder for them to hold on to. Maybe they would have ruled Hellas but had less effective control. Assuming the Persians were still in charge of Hellas when Alexander (and perhaps more importantly when his father Philip) became ruler of Macedonia, it may be that without having the growing space provided by the small, divided Hellenic city states, Alexander couldn't have gotten his Empire to the point where he was ready to take on Persia. Or it could be that the military innovations of the Macedonian phalanx would still have won the day. Eventually they would clash with Darius on the battlefield just like they did at Issus, and Alexander would prevail do to superior military technology and his superior skill as a general and tactician,
Answer #7 | 07/07 2014 06:25
He would have been totally fuсked.
Answer #8 | 08/07 2014 08:07
"Ancient Greece" is a 19th century fiction. Never existed. Small city-states only.
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