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Alexander the Great both founded and captured many cities in his conquest of Europe and Asia. These are their rankings in size at various times in the past. Note these are only within the Hellenistic Empire.
|Alexandria||~300 BCE||600,000||Eastern Egypt||Founded by Alexander III|
|Carthage||~800 BCE||500,000||North Africa|
|Rome||~750 BCE||450,000||Italian Peninsula|
|Athens||~2000 BCE||400,000||Greece||Rebuilt to its former glory in 300 BCE|
|Pella||~400 BCE||350,000||Macedonia||Capital of the Empire|
|Susa||~1200 BCE||270,000||Persia||Population was increased greatly|