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Chandragupta and India After Alexander died, the Indian Chandragupta took the power. He drove out the Macedonian garrisons at Punjab. Chandragupta overran India from the Bay of Bengal to the Arabian Sea. He founded an empire that lasted from 321 to 296 B.C. After Alexander had been dead for seven years, the two founded cities in the Indus were gone. Conclusion Alexander was an amazing conqueror. He had great influences on later cultures. The Romans and Napoleon both did a lot like Alexander in battle and studied his strategies. He had great educational influences, too. Oriental knowledge was made possible to western Europe. Rapid progress was made possible when the Greek and Babylonian scholars joined together. The Babylonians had studied astronomy way before the Greeks. They had calculated the distance between the sun and earth almost exactly, knew the Earth turned on its axis, and that certain planets revolved around the sun. They also knew that the sun was much bigger than the earth. Rapid progress in astronomy was made. Alexander even influenced art. Because he conquered India, Hellenic architecture was adapted to Indian Buildings and statues. Early Christian art also had a Hellenic style. Even in Turkestan and China, where Alexander had not conquered, the statues of Buddha were modified by the gracious style of Greek art. Alexander was a remarkable and influential ruler.…
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