The problems of the accessions of Philip of Macedon, Alexander the Great, and the Diadochoi

Compare and contrast the problems of the accessions of Philip of Macedon, Alexander the Great, and the Diadochoi (collectively).

Explain the ideological conditions Alexander the Great attended to during his campaign (what did he do and why).

How did various Macedonian leaders use strategic marriages to further their cause (use specific examples)?

What were Alexander the Great’s motives when undertaking his great campaign? Did they change and if so how?

Why were the various Diadochoi agreements (Partition of Babylon, Partition of Triparadisus, and the Agreement of 311 BC) destined to fail?

Discuss the causes of the four Diadochoi Wars.

In your own words, define Alexander the Great’s legacy at the dawn of the Hellenistic era (281 BC).

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