From Passion to Profit: A Step-By-Step Guide to Making Money by Clare Hughes

By Clare Hughes

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Both halves of the army were successful in their missions and in April 333, about fifteen months after Alexander had left Greece, they were reunited at Gordium, near the modern Turkish capital of Ankara. Alexander's next concern was to occupy the two angles of the northern and eastern Mediterranean coasts, the region known as Cilicia, from which he could move either south to conquer Syria and Egypt or east to strike at the headwaters of the River Euphrates, on and beyond which lay the heartland of the Persian empire.

The sword blow to the crest of Alexander's helmet at the Granicus left it dented. Delivered to the unprotected skull, it would have cloven to the brain. Spears, those at least carried by the Macedonians, were compensatorily long. The sarissa, a pike made of tough cornel wood tipped with a foot of iron, was up to eighteen feet in length. Quite unsuited for use in single combat, it made the Macedonian phalanx, from which it bristled in sheaves, unapproachable by either infantry or cavalry as long as the phalangists kept their nerve and cohesion.

But militarily it imposed severe drawbacks on their operational capacity. For their size was thereby severely restricted, because the overwhelming servile majority in city polities, like those of Athens and Thebes, were legally disbarred from bearing arms. As long as the nature of Greek warfare was confined to inter-city conflict, this limitation on numbers was of secondary account; the larger states were not put at risk by it, while the smaller could compensate for their inferiority by clientage or prudent alliance-making.

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