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- June 10 - Alexander the Great dies in Babylon. After a dispute with the infantry led by Meleager, the cavalry general Perdiccas becomes Regent of the Empire. Alexander's posthumous son Alexander IV is declared King of Macedon and co-ruler with his uncle Philip III (Alexander's half-brother). He makes Ptolemy Governor of Egypt, Eumenes governor of Cappadocia and Paphlagonia, Antigonus Governor of Phrygia, Lysimachus Governor of Thrace; while Macedon itself was to be ruled by its old regent Antipater jointly with Alexander's chief lieutenant Craterus.
- At the news of Alexander's death, Athens and other Greek cities revolt against Macedonian rule in what will become known as the Lamian War
- June 10 - Alexander the Great, king of Macedon and conqueror of Persia (b. 356 BC)
- June 10 - Diogenes of Sinope, philosopher (b. c. 412 BC)
- Meleager, general of Alexander - summarily executedca:323 aC
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