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After an initial victory against Persian forces at the Battle of the Alexanders divinity, Alexander accepted the deliver of the Persian provincial capital and continued going down the Ionian coast. At Halicarnassus, Alexander successfully waged the first of many sieges,and forcing his opponents, the mercenary captain Memnon of Rhodes and the Persian satrap of Caria,to withdraw by sea.
Alexander left the government of Caria to Ada, who adopted Alexander as her son. From Halicarnassus, Alexander went through mountainous Lycia and the Pamphylian plain, asserting control over all coast. He did this in order to nagate the Persians naval bases; since Alexander had no reliable fleet of his own, defeating the Persian fleet required land-control.
From Pamphylia onward, the coast held no major ports and so Alexander moved inland.
At the ancient Phrygian capital of Gordium, Alexander "untied'' the Gordian Knot, a feat said to await the future Alexanders divinity of Asia". Darius was forced to flee the battle after his army broke, and he left all he had behind family and riches.
He afterwards offered a peace treaty to Alexander, the concession of the lands he had already conquered, and a ransom of 10, talents for his family.
Alexander replied that since he was now king of Asia, it was he alone who decided territorial divisions.
Alexander proceeded to take possession of Syria, and most of the coast of the Levant. However, the following year, he was forced to attack Tyre. After the capture of Tyre, Alexander crucified all the men of military age, and sold the women and children into slavery.
Egypt When Alexander destroyed Tyre, most of the towns on the route to Egypt quickly capitulated, with the exception of Gaza. The stronghold at Gaza was built on a hill and was heavily fortified. At the beginning of the Siege of Gaza, Alexander utilized the engines he had employed against Tyre.
After three unsuccessful assaults, the stronghold was finally taken by force, but not before Alexander received a serious shoulder wound. When Gaza was taken, the male population was put to the sword and the women and children were sold into slavery.
Jerusalem, on the other hand, opened its gates in surrender. Thereupon, Alexander's spared Jerusalem and pushed south into Egypt. Alexander advanced on Egypt in later BC, where he was regarded as a liberator.
He was pronounced the new "master of the Universe". Alexander often referred to Zeus-Ammon as his true father, and subsequent currency depicted him adorned with ram horns as a symbol of his divinity.
During his stay in Egypt, he founded Alexandria-by-Egypt, which would become the prosperous capital of the Ptolemaic kingdom after his death. Once again, Darius was forced to leave the field, and Alexander chased him as far as Arbela. Darius fled over the mountains to Ecbatana but Alexander instead marched to, and captured Babylon.
Persia From Babylon, Alexander went to Susa, one of the Achaemenid capitals, and captured its legendary treasury. Sending the bulk of his army to the Persian ceremonial capital of Persepolis via the Royal Road, Alexander himself took selected troops on the direct route to the city.
The pass of the Persian Gates had been blocked by a Persian army and Alexander had to storm the pass. At Persepolis, Alexander stared at the crumbled statue of Xerxes and decided to leave it on the ground.Originally established as the Rochester Divinity School by Colgate College in , Alexander boasts a rich history ranging from real estate speculator Waldorf Astor to barracks for the Army Flying Corps during WWII.
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