Macedonian phalangite (4th century BC)

Macedonian phalangite (4th century BC)

Soldiers of the ancient Macedonian Kingdom were dreaded warriors.

History

Keywords

Macedonian soldier, Macedonia, soldier, Macedonian Empire, antiquity, sword, shield, helmet, greave, Alexander the Great, Alexander III, breastplate, sandals, battle, equipment

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Questions

  • 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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Macedonian phalangite

Fighting

Fighting equipment

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