Timeline

336-323 bce Reign of Alexander the Great.
331bce Alexandria founded by Alexander the Great.
Late 4th c. bce Dinocrates of Rhodes designs the city. Intention is to give Alexander a secure navel base and to act as a link between Macedon & the Nile Valley.
332-331 bce Cleomenes of Naucratis appointed financial manager of Egypt and administrative chief of Eastern Delta district. He makes himself satrap illegally but is later recognized. Continues to build Alexandria, but also squanders it’s wealth, becoming very unpopular.
323 bce Alexander dies of fever in Babylon on June 10th; conference held there to discuss the succession. Ptolemy is made satrap of Egypt, but Cleomenes is designated hyparchos.
Aristotle forced to leave Athens in the face of rising anti-Macedonean sentiment.
322 bce Ptolemy hijacks Alexander’s body to Memphis
Aristotle dies in his home in Chalsis in Euboea.
Proteus wakes when his tomb is disturbed; The House of the Medusae declares primacy over the immortals of the city, as Demosthenes establishes the Ecclisia; Nosferatu control key city locations.
Ptolemy brings charges of corruption against Cleomenes; invades Cyrene.
321 bce Ptolemy conquers Cyrene; Cleomenes exicuted.
Daeva arrive along with thousands of Jewish slaves; Mekhet claim Egyptian old-town; Triumvirate Rule of the three clans established
305 bce Ptolemy becomes Pharaoh of Egypt

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