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Phrygian Campaign (334 BC)
Conflict: Alexander's Invasion of Persia
Date: 334 BC
Place: Phrygia, Turkey
Outcome: Greek victory

Macedon 2 Macedon

Persia Persian Empire


Alexander the Great



2,100 militia
800 scout cavalry
1,400 Greek peltasts
1,600 Hypaspists
1,000 Greek archers

1,600 Nomad archers
1,600 tribal cavalry
1,200 Kardake infantry




The Phrygian campaign was the conquest of Phrygia by the forces of Alexander the Great in 334 BCE.


A first attack was destroyed because the Persian cavalry swarmed the Greek lines, but a second attack destroyed the worn-down Persian army, and the Persian army was defeated, with Phrygia falling to Alexander.

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