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Empires of Indo-Mediterannea

555 bce - 100 ce

Persian Empire

550 bce - 330 bce

Greatest Emperor: Cyrus was the greatest emperor of the Persian Empire because he was the first to show mercy when conquering city-states.
Innovative Ingredients:An innovative ingredient of the Persian Empire was Kindness when conquering. The Emperor would kneel at the temple of the region he was taking over, a symbol that he was tolerant to them following their own religion under his sovereign reign. Another was roads. The Persians built a network of roads throughout their empire.
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Athenian Empire

454 bce - 404 bce

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Alexander's Empire

330 bce - 323 bce

Greatest Emperor: Alexander was the greatest Emperor of the Alexander Empire, because he created it and emulated many of the ideas of his father, Phillip II.
Innovative Ingredients: One of the Alexander Empire's innovative ingredients was the ability to conquer. Alexander was able to create such a large empire by having an extensive army that helped take control of other areas. Another was State and Explain 2
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Ptolemaic Empire

323 bce - 30 bce

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The Mauryan Empire

322 bce - 188 bce

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Seleucid Empire

312 bce - 64 ce

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