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Battle of Gaugamela 331 BC - Alexander the Great DOCUMENTARY

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🌏 Get Exclusive NordVPN deal here ➡️ 🤍 It's risk-free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee! ✌️ The new Kings and Generals animated ancient historical documentary series covering the conquests of Alexander III the Great of Macedon continues with the aftermath of the siege of Tyre of 332 BC (🤍 and the battle of Gaza and conquest of Egypt (🤍 as Alexander continues his invasion of the Achaemenid Empire, leading to the decisive battle of Gaugamela against Darius III in 331 BC. We are planning to cover all campaigns of Alexander and all of his major battles, including Gaugamela, Tyre, Issus, Granicus, Halicarnassus, Gaza, Hydaspes and more. How Alexander Defeated his Balkan enemies: 🤍 Battle of Granicus 334 BC: 🤍 Sieges of Miletus and Halicarnassus 334 BC: 🤍 Battle of Issus 333 BC: 🤍 Siege of Tyre of 332 BC: 🤍 How Rome Conquered Greece: 🤍 Philip II and Macedonian Phalanx: 🤍 Philip II's Cavalry and Siegecraft: 🤍 Diplomatic Genius of Philip of Macedon: 🤍 Military Reforms of Alexander the Great: 🤍 Alexander the Great: Logistics: 🤍 Special Forces of Alexander the Great: 🤍 Ancient Macedonia before Alexander the Great and Philip II: 🤍 Why were Alexander's Body and Tomb So Important? 🤍 What happened to Alexander's tomb? 🤍 Alexander the Great in Quran and Middle Eastern Myths: 🤍 Ancient Greek State Politics and Diplomacy: 🤍 Demosthenes: Greatest Enemy of Philip of Macedon: 🤍 Greek and Barbarians: 🤍 Bosporan Kingdom - Longest Surviving Ancient Greek State: 🤍 Ancient Greek Kingdom in India: 🤍 Ancient Greek State in Afghanistan: 🤍 Support us on Patreon: 🤍 or Paypal: 🤍 or by joining the youtube membership: 🤍 We are grateful to our patrons and sponsors, who made this video possible: 🤍 The video was made by MalayArcher (🤍 while the script was researched and written by Matt Hollis, assisted by Peter Voller. This video was narrated by Officially Devin (🤍 & 🤍 Art by Nargiz Isayeva. The artwork was inspired by Joan Francesc Oliveras - 🤍 Machinima: Total War: Rome II engine Divide et Impera mod Alexander submod. ✔ Merch store ► 🤍 ✔ Patreon ► 🤍 ✔ Podcast ►🤍 ✔ PayPal ► 🤍 ✔ Twitter ► 🤍 ✔ Facebook ► 🤍 ✔ Instagram ►🤍 Production Music courtesy of Epidemic Sound: 🤍 #Documentary #Alexander #Gaugamela

Alexander 2004 - Battle of Gaugamela 2 - Movie Clip HD

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Alexander the Great: Battle of Gaugamela 331 BC

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Decisive battle between Alexander the Great and Persian Empire led by Darius Codomannus, near the village of Gaugamela. Support BazBattles on Patreon: 🤍 Music used: BTS Prolog - Kevin MacLeod Impact Allegretto - Kevin MacLeod Invariance - Kevin MacLeod All This Scoring Action - Kevin MacLeod Impact Andante - Kevin MacLeod Instinct - Bensound Many thanks to my generous Patreon supporters: Daisho, Prince of Parthia, Admiralwaffles, Ed Nark, CTomic and Wander!

Alexander 2004 - Battle of Gaugamela 1 - Movie Clip HD

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Battle of Gaugamela | Alexander the Great - Massive Historical Cinematic Total War Battle

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The Battle of Gaugamela is the most famous and most decisive for Alexander the Great, the Macedonian King, as he completely destroyed the Persian Empire in a mere span of around 5 years. All of it culminated in a battle near a village in Persia, Gaugamela where he faced King Darius III with 47,000 battle-hardened troops against a force that is triple his army size. The monstrous Persian Empire allowed Darius to amass this massive army, bringing a diversity of troops from all corners of the empire. As Alexander approaches the battlefield, he was camping on a hill near the open field of Gaugamela and rested his troops there. As his troops were preparing to advance in the morning, Alexander is said to have overslept and joined his troops at noon. He mainly directly commanded the right flank along with the famous companion cavalry and Parmenion, his most senior, commanded the left flank. He deployed in a slanted formation and his strategy was to open up his center lines as bait for the Persian king to send most of his army there. With the strength of his companions, he would use this opening to charge directly at the Persian king with the intent to kill and claim the Empire for himself. The number of units in this cinematic is not to scale and is not historically accurate. This cinematic was realized using Attila Total War with the Ancient Empire modification. These videos take a lot of work to put together, so please leave a comment and like. Please subscribe and activate the notification bell if you want to see more. Follow me on Instagram for cool screenshots and more: 🤍 #battleofgaugamela #alexanderthegreat #aditulaudis Timecodes: 00:00 - Intro 02:37 - Battle starts 04:40 - Center battle line engagement 06:37 - Alexander's daring maneuver 08:05 - Darius pursued 08:28 - Saving Parmenion's flank 10:58 - Rout 11:56 - Triumph Music: Rome Total War OST Music from Tunetank.com MusicArea - Greatness (Copyright Free Music) Download free: 🤍 Music from Tunetank.com Fly_Productions - Warrior's Revenge (Copyright Free Music) Download free: 🤍 Music from Tunetank.com PineAppleMusic - Power Of Mercy (Copyright Free Music) Download free: 🤍

Alexander - Speech before the battle of Gaugamela

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The Battle of Gaugamela (1st October 331 BCE, also known as the Battle of Arbela) was the final meeting between Alexander the Great of Macedon and King Darius III of Persia. After this victory, Alexander was, without question, the King of all Asia. Gaugamela (means "The Camel's House") was a village on the banks of the river Bumodus. The site of the battle is thought to be Tel Gomel (Hebrew - "Camels Mount") in northern Iraq. Alexander had planned to march straight to Babylon, but when he learned of Darius’ presence at Gaugamela, he turned northward to meet the waiting Persian king. He realized a victory at Gaugamela meant all of Persia - Babylon, Persepolis, and Susa - would be his. After Parmenion suggested to him after the Battle of Issus that he should accept Darius III of Persia's offer of an alliance, the hand of his daughter in marriage, and all Minor Asia, saying "If I were Alexander, I would accept the terms." (Variant translation: I would accept it if I were Alexander.) As quoted in Lives by Plutarch — Variants: I too, if I were Parmenion. But I am Alexander. Darius, however, had learned his lesson at the Battle of Issus and had carefully chosen Gaugamela for his next, and hopefully last, battle against Alexander. This time his army was quite different, having brought together men from all over his empire, even Indian mercenaries - estimates of his army vary from 50,000 to 100,000 to almost a million. Along with 15 elephants (although they were never used), he had 200 scythed chariots. He fashioned longer swords and lances as well as adding more cavalry. The terrain of Gaugamela was also significant; it was much wider so he could make use of his chariots and deploy his cavalry more effectively, something that had been impossible at Issus. He had the ground leveled, placing obstacles and traps to impede the advances of Alexander’s forces. To Darius it appeared the size of his army and the terrain gave him a significant advantage. Alexander made camp several miles from Darius; his men (estimated at 40,000) would only take their weapons to do battle, nothing else. After assembling a small scouting party, Alexander looked down from a hill, unobserved by Darius, accessing the king’s preparation. Luckily, while on the scouting trip, he came upon an advance party sent out by Darius. While some of the party fled, several others were captured and more than willingly told of Darius’ numbers and the presence of the traps and obstacles on the field. The night before battle Alexander held a council of his generals; Parmenio, the commander of Alexander’s left flank, suggested that the large size of Darius’s forces called for them to attack at night; however, Alexander disagreed. The historian Arrian made mention of this episode in his History of Alexander: It is said that Parmenio came to him in his tent and urged him to make a night attack on the Persians, saying that thus he would fall upon them unprepared and in a state of confusion … but the reply which he made to him … was that it would mean to steal a victory … Later, as Alexander addressed his men, he spoke of the forthcoming battle, reassuring the typically superstitious Macedonians that an earlier eclipse of the moon was a sign of victory. On the day of the battle, Alexander is said to have overslept. As he had done previously, he made sure his men were well-fed and well-rested. Darius’ men, on the other hand, had been awake all night fearing a night attack that never came. As Alexander looked across the battlefield towards the Persians, Alexander called out individual soldiers by name, speaking of their bravery in other battles and asking them to fight again for Macedonia. As he spoke an eagle (a favorite animal of Zeus) flew overhead and towards Darius. To Alexander, this was another omen of victory.

Batalla de Gaugamela - Alejandro Magno #4 // Battle of Gaugamela - Alexander the Great # 4

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Este es el cuarto vídeo de la sección de vídeos sobre Alejandro Magno. Imágenes: Fotografía del Busto de Alejandro Magno creada por Jastrow (2006) PinturaDario III Fotografía propia por Berthold Werner, Museo ArqueológicoNacional de Nápoles, mayo de 2013 Mapa oriente próximo: Di © Sémhur/Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 4.0, 🤍 Música: Tráiler cinematográfico oriental Riser creado por Gregor Quendel (🤍 Epic Earth Music por Kris Klavenes 17.02.19 creado por klavo1985 (🤍 Metal intro – Leonard.B.Blaesing (🤍 Desert City de Kevin MacLeod está sujeta a una licencia de Atribución 4.0 de Creative Commons. 🤍 Fuente: 🤍 Artista: 🤍 Sonidos: Explosion creado por Iwiploppenisse 🤍 Scaffold Collapse Mixdown creado por paulw2k 🤍 Swoosh creado por EminYILDIRIM 🤍 Wood Burning Stove creado por nebulousflynn 🤍 BIG-REVERB-WARHORN.wav creado por newagesoup 🤍 Ambient battle noise: swords and shouting creado por pfranzen 🤍

Alexander the Great at the Battle Gaugamela 331 BC DVD Documentary Region 4

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Alexander's Council of War before the battle of Gaugamela

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The Battle of Gaugamela (1st October 331 BCE, also known as the Battle of Arbela) was the final meeting between Alexander the Great of Macedon and King Darius III of Persia. After this victory, Alexander was, without question, the King of all Asia. Gaugamela (means "The Camel's House") was a village on the banks of the river Bumodus. The site of the battle is thought to be Tel Gomel (Hebrew - "Camels Mount") in northern Iraq. Alexander had planned to march straight to Babylon, but when he learned of Darius’ presence at Gaugamela, he turned northward to meet the waiting Persian king. He realized a victory at Gaugamela meant all of Persia - Babylon, Persepolis, and Susa - would be his. After Parmenion suggested to him after the Battle of Issus that he should accept Darius III of Persia's offer of an alliance, the hand of his daughter in marriage, and all Minor Asia, saying "If I were Alexander, I would accept the terms." (Variant translation: I would accept it if I were Alexander.) As quoted in Lives by Plutarch — Variants: I too, if I were Parmenion. But I am Alexander. Darius, however, had learned his lesson at the Battle of Issus and had carefully chosen Gaugamela for his next, and hopefully last, battle against Alexander. This time his army was quite different, having brought together men from all over his empire, even Indian mercenaries - estimates of his army vary from 50,000 to 100,000 to almost a million. Along with 15 elephants (although they were never used), he had 200 scythed chariots. He fashioned longer swords and lances as well as adding more cavalry. The terrain of Gaugamela was also significant; it was much wider so he could make use of his chariots and deploy his cavalry more effectively, something that had been impossible at Issus. He had the ground leveled, placing obstacles and traps to impede the advances of Alexander’s forces. To Darius it appeared the size of his army and the terrain gave him a significant advantage. Alexander made camp several miles from Darius; his men (estimated at 40,000) would only take their weapons to do battle, nothing else. After assembling a small scouting party, Alexander looked down from a hill, unobserved by Darius, accessing the king’s preparation. Luckily, while on the scouting trip, he came upon an advance party sent out by Darius. While some of the party fled, several others were captured and more than willingly told of Darius’ numbers and the presence of the traps and obstacles on the field. The night before battle Alexander held a council of his generals; Parmenio, the commander of Alexander’s left flank, suggested that the large size of Darius’s forces called for them to attack at night; however, Alexander disagreed. The historian Arrian made mention of this episode in his History of Alexander: It is said that Parmenio came to him in his tent and urged him to make a night attack on the Persians, saying that thus he would fall upon them unprepared and in a state of confusion … but the reply which he made to him … was that it would mean to steal a victory … Later, as Alexander addressed his men, he spoke of the forthcoming battle, reassuring the typically superstitious Macedonians that an earlier eclipse of the moon was a sign of victory. On the day of the battle, Alexander is said to have overslept. As he had done previously, he made sure his men were well-fed and well-rested. Darius’ men, on the other hand, had been awake all night fearing a night attack that never came. As Alexander looked across the battlefield towards the Persians, Alexander called out individual soldiers by name, speaking of their bravery in other battles and asking them to fight again for Macedonia. As he spoke an eagle (a favorite animal of Zeus) flew overhead and towards Darius. To Alexander, this was another omen of victory.

The Drums of Gaugamela

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Provided to YouTube by Sony Classical The Drums of Gaugamela · Vangelis · Epirus Polyphonic Ensemble · Maria Bildea · Irina Valentinovna Karpouchina · Konstantinos Paliatsaras · Vanessa-Mae Vanakorn Nicholson Alexander (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) ℗ 2004 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT Released on: 2000-12-29 Conductor: Nic Raine Associated Performer: Choir Associated Performer: Orchestra Auto-generated by YouTube.

Alexander der Große - Schlacht von Gaugamela (Doku)

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331 v. Chr. trifft Alexander der Große mit seinem Heer in der Nähe von Gaugamela auf eine fünf mal so große feindliche persische Streitkraft.

The battle of Gaugamela

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The Battle of Gaugamela, also called the Battle of Arbela, was the decisive battle of Alexander the Great's invasion of the Persian Achaemenid Empire.

Battle of Gaugamela 331 BC | Alexander the Greats genius on the battlefield

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This battle of Gaugamela is the final showdown between Alexander the great and Darius III. At the battle battle Alexander is heavily outnumbered and must complete a tricky manoeuvre called the "False Gap". Relying on his elite Companion Cavalry and the ever burdened Parmenion, the Macedonian king executes the battles to perfection. #alexanderthegreat #persianempire

Alexander - Battaglia di Gaugamela (1)

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Tratto da "Alexander" (2004)

Searching for Gaugamela in Iraq

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In 331 BC, Alexander the Great pulled off one of the most stunning victories in military history when he defeated the Persian military at Gaugamela. Dramatically outnumbered, Alexander used his tactical brilliance to outmaneuver the Persians and bring down the empire. The exact location of the battle, though, has never been fully determined. Join me as I drive through northern Iraq, using modern scholarship and primary sources in search of Gaugamela.

La batalla de gaugamela

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La batalla mas importante de Alejandro Magno

Savaşın Efsaneleri | Gaugamela Savaşı | TRT Belgesel

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Büyük İskender ile III. Darius, M.Ö 331 yılında Gaugamela Savaşı'nda karşı karşıya geldiklerinde Doğu ile Batı arasındaki denge yeniden değişecekti... İskender, Babası Filip'in yarım kalan hayallerini gerçekleştirmek istiyordu. III. Darius ise tahtını sağlamlaştırmak ve büyük bir Pers kralı olarak anılmak istiyordu. Bu durum, iki hükümdar için savaş alanında karşılaşacakları ve yüzyılın en büyük savaşlarından birinin yaşanacağı anlamına geliyordu. Büyük komutanların karşı karşıya geldiği, yüzyılda bir gerçekleşen tarihi anlar "Savaşın Efsaneleri" ile TRT Belgesel'de! Bizi diğer dijital platformlardan da takip edebilirsiniz. Kanalımıza abone olun : 🤍 Belgeseller TRT İzle'de!: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Web: 🤍 YaaY: 🤍 Telegram: 🤍 BİP: 🤍

The Great Generals and Battles S03E02 | Battle of Gaugamela | Faisal Warraich

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#history #DekhoSunoJano #faisalwarraich The battle of Gaugamela was fought near the modern-day city of Erbil in Iraqi Kurdistan region between Darius III of the Achaemenid Empire (Persia) and Alexander the Great from Macedonia. Darius III brought chariots and elephants to the battlefield. However Alexander the Great also had an excellent strategy to defeat the Persians. The outcome of this war would decide the fate of both kings. ミ★ Must Watch ★彡 💡 History of USA 01 👉 🤍 💡 History of USA 02 👉 🤍 💡 Bio Genghis Khan 👉 🤍 💡 War of 1965 👉 🤍 💡 Muslim Cold War 👉 🤍 💡 Unforgettable Biographies 👉 🤍 💡 Pakistan's History 👉 🤍 💡 Nation Powers 👉 🤍 💡 Ottoman Empire 👉 🤍 💡 The Universe 👉 🤍 💡 Bio Abraham Lincoln 👉 🤍 = Social Media links = 🔴 Facebook: 🤍 🔵 Twitter: 🤍 🟣 Instagram: 🤍 ❤️‍🔥 Must share your thoughts in the comments below.

Decisive Battles - Gaugamela (Macedon vs Persia)

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This is Istanbul in modern Turkey, to the West lies Europe, to the East Asia, stretching all the way to India and China. In 334BC Alexander, King of the tiny Greek Kingdom of Macedon, crossed this neck of water and headed East into the mighty Persian empire ruled by Darius III. Both Alexander and Darius had one ambition, to rule the known world. In the war that followed the winner would take all, the decisive battle was fought 3 years later on 1st October 334BC, on the dusty plain of Gaugamela.

Alexander's Cavalry Charge at Gaugamela

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The Battle of Gaugamela (1st October 331 BCE, also known as the Battle of Arbela) was the final meeting between Alexander the Great of Macedon and King Darius III of Persia. After this victory, Alexander was, without question, the King of all Asia. Gaugamela (means "The Camel's House") was a village on the banks of the river Bumodus. The site of the battle is thought to be Tel Gomel (Hebrew - "Camels Mount") in northern Iraq. Alexander had planned to march straight to Babylon, but when he learned of Darius’ presence at Gaugamela, he turned northward to meet the waiting Persian king. He realized a victory at Gaugamela meant all of Persia - Babylon, Persepolis, and Susa - would be his. After Parmenion suggested to him after the Battle of Issus that he should accept Darius III of Persia's offer of an alliance, the hand of his daughter in marriage, and all Minor Asia, saying "If I were Alexander, I would accept the terms." (Variant translation: I would accept it if I were Alexander.) As quoted in Lives by Plutarch — Variants: I too, if I were Parmenion. But I am Alexander. Darius, however, had learned his lesson at the Battle of Issus and had carefully chosen Gaugamela for his next, and hopefully last, battle against Alexander. This time his army was quite different, having brought together men from all over his empire, even Indian mercenaries - estimates of his army vary from 50,000 to 100,000 to almost a million. Along with 15 elephants (although they were never used), he had 200 scythed chariots. He fashioned longer swords and lances as well as adding more cavalry. The terrain of Gaugamela was also significant; it was much wider so he could make use of his chariots and deploy his cavalry more effectively, something that had been impossible at Issus. He had the ground leveled, placing obstacles and traps to impede the advances of Alexander’s forces. To Darius it appeared the size of his army and the terrain gave him a significant advantage. Alexander made camp several miles from Darius; his men (estimated at 40,000) would only take their weapons to do battle, nothing else. After assembling a small scouting party, Alexander looked down from a hill, unobserved by Darius, accessing the king’s preparation. Luckily, while on the scouting trip, he came upon an advance party sent out by Darius. While some of the party fled, several others were captured and more than willingly told of Darius’ numbers and the presence of the traps and obstacles on the field. The night before battle Alexander held a council of his generals; Parmenio, the commander of Alexander’s left flank, suggested that the large size of Darius’s forces called for them to attack at night; however, Alexander disagreed. The historian Arrian made mention of this episode in his History of Alexander: It is said that Parmenio came to him in his tent and urged him to make a night attack on the Persians, saying that thus he would fall upon them unprepared and in a state of confusion … but the reply which he made to him … was that it would mean to steal a victory … Later, as Alexander addressed his men, he spoke of the forthcoming battle, reassuring the typically superstitious Macedonians that an earlier eclipse of the moon was a sign of victory. On the day of the battle, Alexander is said to have overslept. As he had done previously, he made sure his men were well-fed and well-rested. Darius’ men, on the other hand, had been awake all night fearing a night attack that never came. As Alexander looked across the battlefield towards the Persians, Alexander called out individual soldiers by name, speaking of their bravery in other battles and asking them to fight again for Macedonia. As he spoke an eagle (a favorite animal of Zeus) flew overhead and towards Darius. To Alexander, this was another omen of victory.

Battle of Gaugamela: Rome Remastered Alexander: Historical Battle Walkthrough

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"The Battle of Gaugamela is a historical battle fought between Alexander the Great of Macedon and Darius III of the Persian Empire in 331 BC. It is featured in Rome: Total War: Alexander as a historical battle. You take on the role of Alexander the Great as he fights an extremely large Persian army. After a visit to Egypt, Alexander set out once again to face the Persian king Darius. Alexander waited in Tyre expecting Darius to attack, but the Persian king was determined to make Alexander come to him. Eventually Alexander left Tyre and headed East with his army into Persia. Darius offered no armed resistance to Alexander's progress into his territory, but sent the Babylonian satrap Mazaeus to shadow the Macedonian army. Mazaeus burned crops and moved already harvested grain to safer storage to deny Alexander a source of food. In doing so, he forced Alexander to move North. Darius was luring Alexander to his chosen battleground. The Persian King set out his army in Assyria, not far from the ruins of Nineveh. With a far larger army and a wide plain on which to deploy it, Darius would appear to have the advantage by far. But an astronomical event on the eve of battle foretelling doom for the king of Persia seeded widespread panic in the Persian army. Despite their crushing numerical advantage they must have marched to fight the next day believing the end of the Persian Empire was at hand" (Total War Wiki, Battle Description, 🤍

The Best Documentary Ever - BATTLE OF GAUGAMELA 331 BC

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For more on the Battle of Gaugamela visit : isive battle between Alexander the Great and Persian Empire led by Darius Codomannus, near the village of Gaugamela. Support BazBattles on Patreon: . DVD available from I do not own this, belongs to the respective makers of the film, enjoy :D.

La batalla de Gaugamela | Adolfo Domínguez Monedero

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En el año 334 a. C. Alejandro Magno desembarcó en Asia para retomar la guerra de sus antepasados griegos contra Oriente, darles venganza y liberar las ciudades griegas que continuaban bajo el poder del Imperio persa. Adolfo Domínguez Monedero, catedrático de Historia Antigua de la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, analiza esta incursión que culminará el 1 de octubre del 331 a. C., cuando tuvo lugar la batalla definitiva, Gaugamela, entre los ejércitos de Alejandro y Darío III. Asimismo, el conferenciante aborda los resultados inmediatos de la contienda, la huida del último rey aqueménida y el avance del macedonio hasta Babilonia. Conferencia del ciclo "Batallas de la Antigüedad clásica" 🤍 19 de enero de 2021 Fundación Juan March, Madrid Audio: 🤍 Todas las conferencias desde 1975: 🤍 Suscríbete a nuestra newsletter: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Medium: 🤍

Alexander The Battle Of Gaugamela 1 - Alexander | Hollywood Movies [1080p HD Blu-Ray]

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Everything Belongs To Warner Bros. Alexander The Battle Of Gaugamela 1 - Alexander | Hollywood Movies [1080p HD Blu-Ray] Synopsis- The story is an epic that is as daring and ambitious as its subject, a relentless conqueror who by the age of 32 had amassed the greatest empire the world had ever seen. Past and present collide to form the puzzle of the protagonist, a tapestry of triumphs and tragedies in which childhood memories and Alexander's rise to power unfold side by side with the later day expansion of his empire, and its ultimate downfall. HollywoodMovies #Alexander #Olympias #bradpitt #bradpit #troy #newhollywoodmovies2022 #newmovie #song #short #shorts #status #whatsappstatus #fighting #ufc #wwe #hollywoodmovies #hollywood #grecia #greece

Battle of Gaugamela 331 BC-battle plans

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I do not own this, belongs to the respective makers of the film, enjoy :D

La Batalla de Gaugamela - Cuando Alejandro Magno conquistó el Mundo - DOCUMENTAL

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💥Unos 50.000 Griegos contra 250.000 Persas. Un eclipse lunar auguraba lo que estaba por venir🌘 La batalla más decisiva de la historia. La batalla que acabó con el Imperio Persa y forjó el Imperio Macedónico. El día de la batalla, se dice que Alejandro se quedó dormido. Como había hecho anteriormente, se aseguró de que sus hombres estuvieran bien alimentados y descansados. Los hombres de Darío, por otro lado, habían estado despiertos toda la noche temiendo un ataque nocturno que nunca llegó. Mientras Alejandro miraba a través del campo de batalla hacia los persas, Alejandro llamó a los soldados individuales por su nombre, hablando de su valentía en otras batallas y pidiéndoles que volvieran a luchar por Macedonia. Mientras hablaba, un águila (símbolo de Zeus) voló por encima y hacia Darío. Para Alejandro, este fue otro presagio de victoria. Edición y Voz: - Denis Ztoupas (Forgotten Heroes) Música: - Total War - Honor by Whitesand

Alexander sacrifices to the gods before the battle of Gaugamela

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Blood is the food of the gods The Battle of Gaugamela (1st October 331 BCE, also known as the Battle of Arbela) was the final meeting between Alexander the Great of Macedon and King Darius III of Persia. After this victory, Alexander was, without question, the King of all Asia. Gaugamela (means "The Camel's House") was a village on the banks of the river Bumodus. The site of the battle is thought to be Tel Gomel (Hebrew - "Camels Mount") in northern Iraq. Alexander had planned to march straight to Babylon, but when he learned of Darius’ presence at Gaugamela, he turned northward to meet the waiting Persian king. He realized a victory at Gaugamela meant all of Persia - Babylon, Persepolis, and Susa - would be his. After Parmenion suggested to him after the Battle of Issus that he should accept Darius III of Persia's offer of an alliance, the hand of his daughter in marriage, and all Minor Asia, saying "If I were Alexander, I would accept the terms." (Variant translation: I would accept it if I were Alexander.) As quoted in Lives by Plutarch — Variants: I too, if I were Parmenion. But I am Alexander. Darius, however, had learned his lesson at the Battle of Issus and had carefully chosen Gaugamela for his next, and hopefully last, battle against Alexander. This time his army was quite different, having brought together men from all over his empire, even Indian mercenaries - estimates of his army vary from 50,000 to 100,000 to almost a million. Along with 15 elephants (although they were never used), he had 200 scythed chariots. He fashioned longer swords and lances as well as adding more cavalry. The terrain of Gaugamela was also significant; it was much wider so he could make use of his chariots and deploy his cavalry more effectively, something that had been impossible at Issus. He had the ground leveled, placing obstacles and traps to impede the advances of Alexander’s forces. To Darius it appeared the size of his army and the terrain gave him a significant advantage. Alexander made camp several miles from Darius; his men (estimated at 40,000) would only take their weapons to do battle, nothing else. After assembling a small scouting party, Alexander looked down from a hill, unobserved by Darius, accessing the king’s preparation. Luckily, while on the scouting trip, he came upon an advance party sent out by Darius. While some of the party fled, several others were captured and more than willingly told of Darius’ numbers and the presence of the traps and obstacles on the field. The night before battle Alexander held a council of his generals; Parmenio, the commander of Alexander’s left flank, suggested that the large size of Darius’s forces called for them to attack at night; however, Alexander disagreed. The historian Arrian made mention of this episode in his History of Alexander: It is said that Parmenio came to him in his tent and urged him to make a night attack on the Persians, saying that thus he would fall upon them unprepared and in a state of confusion … but the reply which he made to him … was that it would mean to steal a victory … Later, as Alexander addressed his men, he spoke of the forthcoming battle, reassuring the typically superstitious Macedonians that an earlier eclipse of the moon was a sign of victory. On the day of the battle, Alexander is said to have overslept. As he had done previously, he made sure his men were well-fed and well-rested. Darius’ men, on the other hand, had been awake all night fearing a night attack that never came. As Alexander looked across the battlefield towards the Persians, Alexander called out individual soldiers by name, speaking of their bravery in other battles and asking them to fight again for Macedonia. As he spoke an eagle (a favorite animal of Zeus) flew overhead and towards Darius. To Alexander, this was another omen of victory.

Evony - Learning Battle of Gaugamela

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LA HISTORIA DE MACEDONIA Cap 6º . ALEJANDRO la batalla de GAUGAMELA *Juan L. Gomar Hoyos*

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En el anterior episodio 🤍 vimos la victoria de Issos y la coquista del Levante y esta vez gracias a Juan Luis Gomar Hoyos ( SUS LIBROS EN 🤍 ) visitaremos Gaugamela para asistir a la conquista del Levante. CAPITULO I 🤍 CAPÍTULO II 🤍 CAPÍTULO III 🤍 CAPÍTULO IV 🤍 CAPITULO V 🤍 💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲 Si queréis apoyar a Bellumartis Historia Militar e invitarnos a un café o u una cerveza virtual por nuestro trabajo, podéis visitar nuestro PATREON 🤍 o en PAYPAL🤍 💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲💲 Conviértete en miembro de este canal y apoya nuestro trabajo 🤍 No olvidéis suscribiros al canal, si aún no lo habéis hecho. Si queréis ayudarnos, dadle a “me gusta” y también dejadnos comentarios. De esta forma ayudaréis a que los programas sean conocidos por más gente. Y compartidnos con vuestros amigos y conocidos. SIGUENOS EN TODAS LAS REDES SOCIALES ¿Queréis contactar con nosotros? Puedes escribirnos a bellumartishistoriamilitar🤍gmail.com Nuestra página principal es: 🤍

Gaugamela (Massive Battles)

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Alexander the Great's famous battle of Gaugamela comes to Total War! With 7 players and about 20,000 soldiers we barely scratch the surface of bringing this clash of nations to life, but oh.... what a sight to behold! Map Coordinates: Palmyra, Grassland, (0.638, 0.628)

Alexander Speech

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Alexander's speech to his troops at Guagamela.

The real size of Gaugamela 331 BC 300 000 soldiers!!!

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As promised the video of the lineup of the battle of Gaugamela Perhaps for the first time in History with this system rappresentation with 250.320 persian soldiers and 50762 soldier of Alexander 300.000 soldiers on the map!

The battle of Gaugamela in 1 minute using Google Earth

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The fighting took place in Gaugamela, which literally meant "The Camel's House", a village on the banks of the river Bumodus. The area today would be considered modern-day Erbil, Iraq, according to Urbano Monti's world map. Alexander's army was heavily outnumbered and modern historians say that "the odds were enough to give the most experienced veteran pause". Despite the overwhelming odds, Alexander's army emerged victorious due to the employment of superior tactics and the clever usage of light infantry forces. It was a decisive victory for the League of Corinth, and it led to the fall of Achaemenid Empire and of Darius III. music: 🤍 Apps used: Alightmotion/Capcut Not sponsored Educational Purposes Only

Battle of Gaugamela 331 BC: Macedonians vs Persians-GENIUS ALEXANDER THE GREAT vs Darius III

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The Battle at Gaugamela. 331 BC. Alexander the Great (Macedonia) vs King Darius III (Persians). In this video, we will be describing how the undefeated Alexander once again came out victorious due to his superior military tactics. Source(s): 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 FAIR USE This channel is for educational purposes only. Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Please note this is an unofficial video and is not endorsed by SEGA or the Creative Assembly in any way. For more information on Total War, please visit 🤍totalwar.com. #alexanderthegreat #gaugamela #macedonia #dariusiii #persia

Vangelis - Alexander - Unreleased Soundtrack - Gaugamela

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The Battle of Gaugamela. This release comes from Storm Records Limited Edition (300) 2006 Alexander soundtrack.

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