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  1. Ashoka (15187 bytes)
    3: ...reigned over most of the [[Indian subcontinent]], from present day [[Afghanistan]] to [[Bengal]] and a...
    14: ...Sindh]], of which Prince Susima was the governor. Taxila was a highly volatile place because of the war-li...
    16: ...ons of becoming the emperor, and more incitements from Susima led Bindusara to send Ashoka into exile....
    18: ...his personal nurse and the daughter of a merchant from adjacent Vidisha. After recovering, he married ...
    22: ...ent-day [[Iran]] and [[Afghanistan]] in the west; from the Palmir Knots in the north to the almost pen...
  2. Pakistan (74854 bytes)
    39: established_dates = From the [[United Kingdom]]<br />[[1947-08-14]]<br /...
    59: ...e the [[Gandhara]] region and the great city of [[Taxila]] (Takshashila) became a great center of learning...
    62: ...nions of the divided Greek empire of [[Bactria]] (from the areas of the [[Panjshir province|Panjshir]]...
    64: The Kushan kingdom stretched from modern-day [[Uzbekistan]] to northwestern India...
    69: ... by the [[Mughals]] from [[1526]] until [[1739]]. From 1739 until the early [[19th century]] the entir...
  3. Alexander the Great (42049 bytes)
    9: ... Olympias was impregnated not by Philip, who was afraid of her and her affinity for sleeping in the co...
    11: ...es]] through [[Caranus]] and his mother descended from [[Aeacus]] through [[Neoptolemus]] and [[Achill...
    14: ... of Persia. [[Plutarch]] mentions an irate letter from Alexander to Darius III, where Alexander blames...
    16: ...n a campaign to solidify control of Greece and confront the Persian Empire.
    23: ...all coastal cities and denying them to his enemy. From Pamphylia onward the coast held no major ports,...
  4. Cities along the Silk Road (5982 bytes)
    3: '''From Istanbul, Turkey to Yazd, Iran:'''
    27: '''From Yazd, Iran to Turpan, China''' (See below: nort...
    38: '''From Yazd, Iran to Kashi, China:'''
    49: '''From Kabul, Afghanistan to Arabian Sea port at Debal...
    52: * [[Taxila]], Pakistan
  5. Mauryan (48769 bytes)
    2: ...ia|India]]''', ruled by the '''Mauryan dynasty''' from 321 to 185 BC.
    4: Originating from the kingdom of [[Magadha]] in the [[Indo-Ganget...
    10: ...[Seleucus I Nicator|Seleucus I]], a Greek general from Alexander's army. Under Chandragupta and his su...
    15: ...istan]], ruled previously by kings [[Ambhi]] of [[Taxila]] and [[Porus]] of [[Pauravas]] (modern day [[Jhe...
    20: ...[Babylon]], soon after in [[323 BCE]], his empire fragmented, and local kings declared their independe...

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