Mesopotamia at the time was the world
India was called Bharat back then, and we still call it Bharat, Land of Hindus.
Ok but didn't ask
Sorry, for answering your question, I will probably be known for my fiction novels by age of 32.
Oh that actually sounds cool. What are you writing?
He successfully invaded and set up a kingdom in the Indian subcontinent. Alexander set up a Greek/Macedonian kingdom in 326 BC that lasted through various Greek successor states such as the Selecuid Empire, Greco-bactrian kingdom and Indo-Greek Kingdom until it fell to the indo-sythians who invaded from the North in AD 10. It was the last free Greek Kingdom the rest having been conquered by the Romans and partisans so thats Macedonia, Greece, Rhodes, Asia minor, Egypt, Syracuse and others falling to the Romans and the rest to the parthians. Maybe the Greek cities in the black sea were still unconquered I dont know. The Greeks are part of indian history, culture and are in indians DNA.
God bless, good luck cage fighting
Not to belittle the accomplishments of a man who earned the title "the Great"(history doesn't give that to trust fund brats) buuuut... keep in mind (to help your self esteem) that Alex was the definition of having a head start in life.Nothing says privileged kid quite like being personally tutored by Aristotle snd inheriting all of Greece and the greatest army the world had seen at the age of twenty.
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Who hurt you
Wtf no one
Alexander must have
It's called critical thinkingYou should try it too bro xx
What does it mean to "critical think"
Reading a lot, from a lot of sources and stay as objective as possible, when looking at information
What determines the validity of a source and what does it mean to be objective
Isn't English your first language? You can look it up, if you don't understand any of these words
I looked it up and they told me critical thinking is racist
So what did you do?
Cope. Mesopotamia was the world
When Philip III. left the throne Macedonian Empire was just a Kingdom tho, my bad. Alexander The Great is the one who turned it into an Empire**
Cope Mesopotamia was the world at the time
True bruh, the known world :D
Some people with the same privilege do not even come close to being as successful as these people though. The foundation was probably there, but needed someone to really push it forward and they did the job.
That's a daring act. Be prepared for an assassination :D
Ever think about farming
As a backup business
@SaraSmithishere do you have any socials I can follow?😊
@proNutro socials as in social media. Nah, I dont do that stuff. Does MySpace count. Did that back in the day. As for getting people to buy from my farm. I do local TV, Radio and Newspaper ads. Im old fashion im my ways. Heck I dont even use a computer to do my taxes or payrole. I still do everthing handwritten in logbooks and pay with handwritten checks or cash. I know the old ways and feel safe doing it the old ways for bussniess
@humanearth I was asking @SaraSmithishere if I could follow her socials since she’s a business owner... I wasn’t asking you haha but thanks for telling me that😊😊
@proNutro Well sorry for the mix up. Hey at least you know they are a few that still do it the old way
@humanearth haha indeed! It sure was a great read I will say
You have 5 years to change that.
I shall try to change that.
Don't forget you'll be a Godmother soon enough.
That was a callback to when I told you that if I ever have another kid, you're going to be the Godmother. However I don't remember what his/her name was going to be though. lol
Omg, that's right. 😂
Yeah it was some rap name. I'm sure I can go back and check, but that'd be too easy. 😂In the meantime, speaking of raps, check this out:Are You Doing Anything For Thanksgiving And/Or Thanksgiving Weekend? ↗
You have 924 followers on social media.
You're only 19, you never know.
I know enough about myself
I like the Alex reference by the way. He got buried in my native country too.