Three Achievements Of Alexander The Great And Qin Shi Huangdi

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Alexander the Great and Qin Shi Huangdi had their respective accomplishments. Although with these three compared and main accomplishments the two emperors will be contrasted to determine who overall was the stronger emperor. First both conquered a good amount of land but Alexander the Great conquered much larger amounts of land, then Qin Shi Huangdi organized his empire to last longer and thrive compared to Alexander the Great's cities. Finally although both controlled and created great laws, Qin Shi Huangdi strategized and lead a better civilization. Even though Huangdi did not conquer as much land as Alexander the Great, Qin Shi Huangdi still was overall a better emperor. Qin Shi Huangdi, the emperor of China took over and conquered land to begin the empire, while Alexander the Great took over land for his enjoyment. Obviously Alexander the Great at first took over land for the start of his empire but after a while he had conquered so much land that he couldn't control all of it. Huangdi used the decent amount of land he conquered and added to the wall that was already there for a great defense unit(doc 7). He aimed for the right areas to conquer rather Alexander the Great established 70 cities according to (doc2) and also named a bunch of his own cities Alexandria. When one owns over 70 cities, the names will get a little cocky right? To take into a visual perspective Alexander the Great conquered land all the way by the Himalayas across Persia, Assyria and

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