The year 323 B.C.

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June, 11, 323 B.C.:
Alexander Dies In Babylon


Alexander the Great who put an end to the Persian Achaemenid Empire died in Babylon. There's a rumor that Roxana, the daughter of Persian Satrapy he married gave him a disease. His general Perdiccas became the regent of all of Alexander's empire, while Alexander's physically and mentally disabled ha... Read Full Article:


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June, 16, 323 B.C.:
Sisygambis Passes Away


Sisygambis, the mother of Dariush 3rd passed away five days after Alexander's death. She who had given birth to seven sons and seen their death, must have lived a painful life. When she was young, Artaxerxes 3 had killed all his brothers and nephews during a power struggle. Then she witnessed fall o... Read Full Article:

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