Alexander the Great, a Greek emperor considered one of the most successful military leaders in history, conquered territory from Greece to India in 334-323 BC. He spread Hellenistic (Greek) culture in the lands he conquered. What is NOT an aspect of Hellenistic culture?
Alexander the Great's conquests across the Mediterranean to India spread Greek language, philosophy, and literature, and led to an interchange of ideas and cultures that had not occurred before.
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