The Battle of Alexander at Issus / Albrecht Altdorfer (c. 1480–1538) / 333 BC Battle of Issus, in which Alexander the Great secured a decisive victory over Darius III of Persia and gained crucial leverage in his campaign against the Persian Empire / oil painting 1529

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Battle of Issus - Darius formed his line with his heavy cavalry concentrated next to the coast on his right, followed by the Greek mercenary phalanx (historian A. M. Devine places them at a strength of 12,000, comparable to Alexander's Greek phalanx)

Battle of Issus - Darius formed his line with his heavy cavalry concentrated next to the coast on his right, followed by the Greek mercenary phalanx (historian A. M. Devine places them at a strength of 12,000, comparable to Alexander's Greek phalanx)

Alexander the Great Confronts Darius III at the Battle of Issus, 1st century CE floor mosaic from Pompeii, Italy, copied after a Greek painting of c. 310 BCE, Tesserae mosaic

Battle of Issus By Philoxenos of Eretria 310 B. ( Roman mosaic copy of the original Greek painting for the late or early century, Hellenistic Period)

Battle of Issus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Battle of Issus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

24 in. x 32 in. The Battle of Issus 1529 Canvas Art

24 in. x 32 in. The Battle of Issus 1529 Canvas Art

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Alexander the Great’s relationship with his army general Hephaestion was extraordinarily close; Hephaestion was described by Curtius as “by far the dearest of all the king’s friends.” They were both tutored by the philosopher Aristotle as boys, and it is believed that this is when they forged their friendship. The morning after the battle of Issus, Alexander and Hephaestion visited the captured Persian royal family. According to Diodorus, ’The king took with him the most valued of his…

Alexander the Great’s relationship with his army general Hephaestion was extraordinarily close; Hephaestion was described by Curtius as “by far the dearest of all the king’s friends.” They were both tutored by the philosopher Aristotle as boys, and it is believed that this is when they forged their friendship. The morning after the battle of Issus, Alexander and Hephaestion visited the captured Persian royal family. According to Diodorus, ’The king took with him the most valued of his…

Battle of Issus-5, 333 BC between the Hellenic League led by Alexander the Great and the Achaemenid Empire, led by Darius III, in the second great battle of Alexander's conquest of Asia.

Battle of Issus-5, 333 BC between the Hellenic League led by Alexander the Great and the Achaemenid Empire, led by Darius III, in the second great battle of Alexander's conquest of Asia.

'The Battle of Issus' by Albrecht Altdorfer Ornate Framed Art

'The Battle of Issus' by Albrecht Altdorfer Ornate Framed Art

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