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  • 10. nov. 2017

  • Thank you to Invicta for their help making this series, and suppling all Total War game footage. Game Engine: Total War: Rome II Buy the game here: Epic History TV's complete four-part history of Alexander the Great in one video. Follow the incredible story of the Macedonian king as he embarks on the total conquest of the ancient world's greatest superpower, the Persian Empire. With dramatic victories at the Granicus, Issus and Gaugamela, Alexander defeats Darius III and claims the throne of Persia. But his campaign to subdue the empire's easternmost provinces and reach the edge of the known world will take him into modern Afghanistan, Pakistan and the frontier of India, where he meets the Indian king Porus in battle at the Hydaspes. This is the complete overview of Alexander's conquests, a 10 year period of immense drama and historical significance, as the young Macedonian king's breathtaking achievements ushered in a new era in European and Middle Eastern history - the Hellenistic Age. Help me make more videos by supporting Epic History TV on Patreon Get exclusive Epic History TV merch here: Ver Epic History TV en español: Music from Filmstro: Get 20% off an annual license! Use our exclusive coupon code: EPICHISTORYTV_ANN Produced in partnership with Osprey Publishing Warrior: Macedonian Warrior Men-at-Arms: The Army of Alexander the Great Campaign: Granicus 334 BC The Persian Army 560 - 330 BC: Special thanks to Chris Stevens for Gordian Knot footage! Images: Alexander the Great Mosaic Remastered – with thanks to Miłek Jakubiec Parthenon - Dennis Jarvis via Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0) Socrates - Bar Harel via Wikimedia (CC BY-SA 4.0) White Mountains of Crete - Tobias von der Haar via Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0) Acropolis - Aleksandr Zykov via Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0) Theatre of Dionysus - Sébastien Bertrand via Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0) Sparta - Ronny Siegel via Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0) Macedonian mountains - Novica Nakov via Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0) Vergina sun - SilentResident via Wikimedia (CC BY-SA 3.0) Standard of Cyrus the Great - Sodacan via Wikimedia (CC BY-SA 3.0) Golden Wheat - Mr Hicks46 via Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0) Knot - JP Davidson via Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0) Amun – Jeff Dahl via WM (CC BY-SA 2.0) Columns - Marco Zanferrari, via Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0) JakubiecDoric Columns – Dimitry B. via Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0) Lar Plain, Iran – Ninara via Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0) Treasury Reliefs – Alan via Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0) Columns by Matt Sherlock via Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0) Hindu Kush Scene by 401st_AFSB via Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0) Baluchistan by Beluchistan via Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0) Bust of Alexander the Great by shakko via Wikimedia Commons (CC BY-SA 3.0) Ruins at Pergamon by Peter via Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0) Hephaestion Digital image courtesy of the Getty's Open Content Program. #EpicHistoryTV #AlexandertheGreat


  • konkyolife
    konkyolife For 2 md. siden

    Once again, a passionate person, with cheap software and a microphone, beats the pants of the History Channel and Discovery combined.

  • JeffreyB 1983
    JeffreyB 1983 For 1 md. siden

    Alexander would have conquered the world sooner but the ads slowed him down

  • Brother Rabbit
    Brother Rabbit For 2 md. siden

    I would be so scared if I watched someone building a bridge for 7 months just to come kill me.

  • Лазар Величковић

    The fact that Alexander the Great's name is remembered even 2000+ years after his death is mindblowing...

  • Olivier Savard
    Olivier Savard For 2 år siden

    I'm stunned by the production quality of this piece. I was looking for a documentary on Alexander last weekend and I wasn't expecting that kind of quality content form a guy making documentaries on YouTube. I'm a serious history buff and have around 3000 documentaries in my collection. This really is Mainstream Cable Channel TV quality level. At

  • Na m8
    Na m8 For 2 md. siden

    I'm in awe of the sheer production quality of this documentary. This is honestly one of the most amazing documentaries I've watched.

  • Random
    Random For 2 md. siden

    It’s hard a to believe a man this legendary actually existed.

  • Nobi's Physics
    Nobi's Physics For 2 uker siden

    The Last Three Wishes of Alexander The Great

  • - Uranium-
    - Uranium- For 1 md. siden

    Persia: how much land do you want

  • Petran
    Petran For 1 md. siden

    It is said that Alexander was so ashamed of what he did to Thebes, that anytime a man from Thebes requested a favour from him he would grand it

  • D 1 ᛉ
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  • ареф нар
    ареф нар For 1 md. siden

    To us persians he is also legendary. Our culture is filled with stuff about him. Even his name not only came to persian homes, but it outlived all antihellenistic and antiantiquity movemwents, we still have his name as "Eskandar".

  • Deathcrux Crimsoneye
    Deathcrux Crimsoneye For 2 md. siden

    Man if i only i had a time machine, what a sight it would be to see Alexander and his great army

  • HyperVenom
    HyperVenom For 4 md. siden

    Alexander at 20 : Conquering empires

  • Con Kyros
    Con Kyros For 2 md. siden

    Greeks through out their very long history have always been at each others throats. The only way you can you unite the Greeks is to start a war against them.

  • Rooster Xinxonqle
    Rooster Xinxonqle For 1 md. siden

    My boy's name right there, and am Mexican. Alexander he has to be great

  • The Northie
    The Northie For 2 uker siden

    He brought foes to their knees in Phonecia, breezed through Gaza to Giza. Had the Balkans, Persia, Syria, Iraq and Pakistan in his expansion pack.

  • Dark 5 Entertainment
    Dark 5 Entertainment For 2 md. siden

    This is yet another quality piece of Historical Content on Youtube. A big thank you to Epic History TV and everyone involved. Another night I ignore my TV and enjoy my Laptop's Content.

  • Quinn Laya
    Quinn Laya For 1 år siden (redigert)

    Achilles: Imagine a king who fights his own battles, wouldn’t that be a sight.

  • Sahil Kadam
    Sahil Kadam For 1 md. siden

    It's difficult to believe this legend actually Exists