Modern Historians about Macedonia – J. D. Fage

 

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Persian rule in Egypt was not to survive long, but its overthrow was not the work of Egyptians. In 336 BC a Greek army, led by Alexander III (Alexander the Great) king of Macedonia invaded the Persian empire.

“The Cambridge History of Africa” edited by J. D. Fage, page 105

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It would be easy to see in this, the formal establishment of Greek rule in Egypt, the logical culmination of three centuries of Greek influence and patronage. But, except in so far as the earlier involvement of Greeks in Egyptian affairs prepared the Egyptians psychologically to accept Greek rule

“The Cambridge History of Africa” edited by J. D. Fage, page 106

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