Macedonian phalangite (4th century BC)
Soldiers of the ancient Macedonian Kingdom were dreaded warriors.
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- By what name is Alexander III commonly known?
- Which battle was won by the Macedonian army?
- Which battle was NOT won by the Macedonian army?
- Where did Alexander III die?
- Who was Alexander's father ?
- Where was Alexander III born?
- What was the main weapon of Macedonian soldiers?
- Which ruler led the Macedonian army?
- What was the Macedonian phalanx?
- Which of these was part of an average Macedonian soldier's fighting equipment?
- What was the Macedonian sarissa?
- Which of these was NOT part of an average Macedonian soldier's fighting equipment?
- Which army was the greatest enemy of the Macedonians?
- Who was the commander of the Macedonian army?
- Who introduced the use of sarissa into the Macedonian army?
- When did Alexander the Great live?
- When did Alexander the Great rule?
- Which territory was not conquered by the Macedonians?
- Is it true that Alexander III was an illustrious general?
- Which territory was not completely under the rule of Alexander III?
- Which legendary event is NOT associated with Alexander the Great?
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