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What followed was a long and fierce cavalry battle between the Persian left and the Macedonian right, in which the latter, being greatly outnumbered, was often hard-pressed. La imagen muestra a Alejandro. To their right was another part of the allied Greek cavalry. In the end, Darius’ hand was forced, and he attacked. The Achaemenid Persian Empire is traditionally considered to have ended with the death of Darius.
View all coordinates using: Views View Edit History. The following 3 pages uses this file: Alexander then ordered Aristo at the head of the Paeonians and Grecian auxiliaries to attack the Scythians, and the barbarians gave way. He called on Darius to surrender to him or to meet him in battle to decide who was to be the sole king of Asia.
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National Archaeological Museum of Spain. Behind them were Thessalian cavalry under Phillip, and Achaean mercenaries. For a gauganela time there ensued a hand-to-hand fight; but when the Macedonian cavalry, commanded by Alexander himself, pressed on vigorously, thrusting themselves against the Persians and striking their faces with their spears, and when the Macedonian phalanx in dense array and bristling with long pikes had also made an attack upon them, all things together appeared full of terror to Darius, who had already long been in a state of fear, so that he was the first to turn and flee.
Quintus Curtius Rufus Behind them were the guard’s brigade along with any phalanx battalions he could withdraw from the battle. Captured Persian scouts reported to the Macedonians that Darius had encamped past ee Tigris River and wanted to prevent Alexander from crossing.
I, the copyright holder of this work, hereby publish it under the following licenses: New York, New York: Notwithstanding this, the Macedonians sustained their assaults, and assailing them violently squadron by squadron, they succeeded in pushing them out of rank. Darius chose a flat, open plain where he batala deploy his larger forces, not wanting to be caught in a narrow battlefield as he had been at Issus two years earlier, where he could not deploy his huge army properly.
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As at Issussubstantial loot was gained, with 4, talents captured, the King’s personal chariot and bow and the war elephants. The size of the Greek mounted arm was about 7, Alexander fighting and riding his horse Bucephalus.
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Wikimedia Commons has media related to Battle of Gaugamela. Permission Reusing this file. National Archaeological Museum of Spain. While the infantry battled the Persian troops in the centre, Alexander began to ride all the way to the edge of the right flank, accompanied by his Companion Cavalry.
Darius was in danger of being cut off, and the widely held modern view is that he now broke and ran, with the rest of his army following him.
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Though heavily outnumbered, Alexander emerged victorious due to his army’s superior tactics and his deft employment of light infantry. Instead of taking the phalanx or Parmenion in the rear, however, they continued towards the camp to loot. Bessus murdered Darius before fleeing eastwards. The mercenary cavalry was divided into two groups, veterans batallaa the flank of the right and the rest in front of the Agrians and Greek archers, who were stationed next to the phalanx.
Epitome of the Philippic History of Pompeius Trogus.