Infer Why do you think Alexander the Great and his generals founded so many new cities?
Alexander the Great and his generals founded many new cities across his empire and the succeeding states. Greek warriors, artisans, and merchants used these cities as their new settlements which became hotspots for the spread of Hellenistic culture. Many newly-built cities were named after Alexander the Great himself, including Alexandria, located in Egypt, which was the center of the empire.
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