Gaugamela


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Gau·ga·me·la

 (gô′gə-mē′lə)
An ancient village of Assyria east of Nineveh. Alexander the Great defeated the Persians under Darius III here in 331 bc.

Gau•ga•me•la

(ˌgɔ gəˈmi lə)

n.
an ancient village in Assyria, E of Nineveh: site of defeat of the Persians by Alexander the Great 331 b.c., often called “battle of Arbela.”
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How Darius conducted himself in the second decisive battle of Gaugamela is described by Greek historian Arrian.
Last year, he published his second book Alexander the Great in Erbil: The Military Battle of Gaugamela and the Political Victory at Arbela.
En la batalla de Gaugamela nuevamente Alejandro derroto al rey persa, utilizando la tactica de la linea oblicua que ya habia empleado en Granico e Isos; Dario huyo a Ecbatana; Babilonia y Susa se entregaron sin pelear.
Isto e possivel de se argumentar com base em duas estrategias investigativas: 1) a comparacao entre as apreciacoes filosoficas do desejo de conquista de Alexandre e Trajano, feitas por Arriano e Diao Cassio; 2) uma analise comparada dos vicios de Alexandre e Trajano, sendo os vicios do ultimo apresentados por Diao Cassio momentos antes de sua narrativa sobre a conquista de Adiabene (distrito que incluia Gaugamela, onde Alexandre derrotara Dario III) (STADTER 1980, p.
The warrior's greatest victory was at the Battle of Gaugamela, now in northern Iraq, in 331 BC.
Two years later, at Gaugamela, Persian power was decisively broken when the last Achaemenes, Darius III, fled to Bactria, where he was murdered.
7) afirmaron que la batalla acontecio en Gaugamela.
This resulted in pinpointing exactly where Gaugamela took place.
Nas fontes mais antigas, os udis sao designados como um dos protagonistas tendo participado da batalha de Alexandre Magno contra os persas das tropas do satrapa dos medos em Gaugamela (331 a.
331BC: Alexander the Great's Macedonians won a decisive victory over the Persians led by Darius III at the battle of Gaugamela, leading to the downfall of the Persian Empire: Darius was murdered by one of his own aristocrats after the defeat.
France in 1940 comes to mind, or Alexander's victory over the Persians at Gaugamela, or the triumph of Wellington and Blucher at Waterloo.