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The Hellenistic World and the Growth of Macedonia
This map indicates the conquest routes Alexander the Great took, with sites of major battles, from 334 to 323 BCE in the Middle East and western Europe.
As a whole, the map shows Alexander's empire around 323 BCE.
Caption: The Growth of Macedonia
This map shows kingdom boundaries in Greece and surrounding areas from 359 to 336 BC.
Oxford Atlas of World History, Oxford University Press, 1999. General Editor Patrick K. O'Brien. (p. 42)
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Source: Philip's Atlas of World History
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