This is a timeline of all of the major events in the history of the world since 338 BCE in the Alexander Empire timeline.
4th Century BCE
- 338 BCE: Philip II conquers all of Macedonia and Greece.
- 336 BCE: Philip II assassinated, Alexander III takes the throne.
- 334 BCE: Alexander mounts an invasion of the Persian Empire.
- 328 BCE: Alexander completes the capture of the Persian Empire.
- 327 BCE: Alexander mounts an invasion of India.
- 326 BCE: The troops in India mutiny and refuse to go on.
- 322 BCE: Preparations for invasion of India finished and an invasion commences.
- 315 BCE: India captured by Alexander and made a province.
- 313 BCE: Alexander captures Tibet and Ceylon and makes them provinces.
- 310 BCE: Alexander conquers South East Asia and makes it a province.
- 310 BCE: Alexander completes his dream of reaching the Great Outer Sea.
- 309 BCE: An invasion of the Arabs in the Arabian peninsula is started.
- 308 BCE: Last Arabs in Mascat are defeated and the land is annexed.
- 307 BCE: The Southern Sarmatian tribes are annexed into the empire.
- 307 BCE: The Caspian Sea is conquered and under the control of Alexander.
- 307 BCE: Barbarians raid and burn cities in north Macedonia and get close to Pella.
- 306 BCE: An army ventures north of Macedonia, but comes out empty-handed.
- 305 BCE: Alexander builds many new cities in North Macedonia.
3rd Century BCE
- 300 BCE: After a period of peace and fortification, Rome attacks Macedonia.
- 299 BCE: 85,000 soldiers attack Rome amphibiously, and Alexander is wounded.
- 297 BCE: 60,000 Macedonian soldiers defeat a force of 65,000 Roman exiles.
- 297 BCE: Carthage takes West Sicily, West Egypt joins the Hellenistic Empire.
- 295 BCE: Alexander declares war on Carthage.
- 294 BCE: An amphibious attack is attempted but fails to capture the city.
- 294 BCE: Land invasion of the Carthaginian Empire commences.
- 292 BCE: The Hellenistic Empire captures Carthage.
- 291 BCE: All of North Africa falls into Alexander's hands.
- 290 BCE: Alexander attacks Spain where the Carthage's remnants lay.
- 290 BCE: Gallic tribes and Carthage use guerrilla warfare to keep themselves alive.
- 288 BCE: The Pyrenees Mountain Range is cut off and captured.
- 286 BCE: The Carthaginian Empire is annexed into the Hellenistic Empire.
- 284 BCE: Pella and other cities are threatened by Barbarians.
- 279 BCE: Gaul has either joined or been conquered by Alexander.
- 276 BCE: Alexander IV takes the throne and starts the Macedonian Dynasty.
- 270 BCE: Alexander the Great dies as the creator of the greatest empire the world had ever seen.
- 269 BCE: Alexander IV completes the conquering of Southern Great Britain.
- 268 BCE: Alexander IV invades Germania meeting heavy resistance.
- 260 BCE: Alexander IV wins the Battle of Sincer, giving him control of half of OTL Germany.
- 251 BCE: An army of 100,000 moves up the Danube, and subdues barbarians one by one.
- 219 BCE: Philip III defeats the last Germanic barbarians and the empire now controls Germania.
- 210 BCE: Philip III takes Scotland after defeating a huge combined army of Picts and Scots numbering 110,000.
- 206 BCE: The Gaels are conquered and Ireland is annexed into the empire.
2nd Century BCE
- 198 BCE: Alexander V becomes the leader of the empire and conquers more of Africa and the island of Sumatra.
- 157 BCE: Karanos I takes the throne after Alexander V passes.
- 155 BCE: Karanos declares war on Kush.
- 154 BCE: A ground invasion of Kush from Egypt commences, cavalry, war elephants and ships down the Nile pound Kushites.
- 152 BCE: The Battle of Meroe destroys Kush, and takes Meroe for the empire.
- 147 BCE: Karanos finishes a fortification of the empire and then attacks the Slavic Tribes in OTL Ukraine.
- 144 BCE: Karanos continues advancing into OTL Russia with a force numbering 90,000.
- 135 BCE: The final Slavic barbarians are annexed into the empire.
- From here, the empire conquers the southern Finns and northern Samartians by 101 BCE.
1st Century BCE
- In the 1st Century BCE, the empire conquers more of OTL Russia, Borneo, Java, and some more of Africa.
1st Century CE
- No expansion, the empire holds steady.
2nd Century CE
- 128 CE: A republican form of government is established. A senate rules alongside the emperor.
- Some more of China is conquered.
3rd Century CE
- ~215 CE: Mongols attempt an invasion of the empire.
- 235 CE: India is by now severely damaged.
- 242 CE: Mongols ousted from India, but with heavy losses.
- 245 CE: The Empire begins a decline as it loses North India and Southeast Asia.
- 253 CE: Persia breaks away from the empire, as does Carthage and Arabia.
- 254 CE: Rome breaks away, the barbarians escape from the empire.
- 255 CE: Only the Balkan Peninsula and West Asia Minor are part of the empire.
- 256 CE: Greece and Asia Minor declare independence.
- 257 CE: Pella and its surrounding territories are now the only territories of the empire.
- 257 CE: The empire officially collapses.
- 261 CE: Rome conquers the Italian peninsula.
- 266 CE: The Eastern Balkan Peninsula and North Spain fall into Roman hands.
- 268 CE: Carthage conquers North Africa and Southern Spain.
- 294 CE: Carthage conquers the Kingdom of Egypt.
- 295 CE: Rome conquers Gaul and Southern Germania.
- 298 CE: Theodoric the Bloody-Handed conquers all of Germania and founds the New Germanic Empire.
- 300 CE: Alexanderomagus is taken by Theodoric.
4th Century CE
- 303 CE: Freawine (Alexander Empire) ambushes Scipio, who won the battle but lost his life. Theodoric continues.
- 303 CE: Theodoric captures Burdigala.
- 303 CE: Alexander Byzantinus becomes leader of Rome and plans the retaking of Gaul and Spain.
- 304 CE: Freawine captures Roman Spain and puts his eye on Carthaginian Spain.
- 304 CE: Byzantinus lands in Palermo and sends a spy to turn Freawine against Theodoric, which starts a civil war.
- 306 CE: Byzantinus and Nacifel Caso, a Carthaginian General, launch a massive invasion of North Spain numbering about 200,000.
- 307 CE: Byzantinus is proclaimed king by his troops over Romulus Marcianus.
- 307 CE: Weakened Germanic forces are defeated by Romans, Freawine is caught and executed.
- 308 CE: Caso takes the Balearic Islands in a frantic search for the Germanic King.
- 309 CE: Caso attacks the Germanic held islands of Sardinia and Corsica. The Germanic King is caught and killed.
- 310 CE: Rome invades Gaul as Carthage solidifies its new acquisitions of Sardinia and Corsica.
- 310 CE: Byzantinus officially becomes king of the Roman Empire, renames it the Byzantine Empire, and makes the Macedonians the ruling class.
- 311 CE: At the Battle of Lutetia, Theodoric is caught an imprisoned by the Romans.
- 314 CE: Rome has now re-conquered most of Gaul, but Byzantinus lets the Germanic tribes keep Germania.
- 314 CE: Byzantinus celebrates his victory over the New Germanic Empire in Pella, and pardons Theodoric.
- 359 CE: The Byzantine Dynasty begins with the throne being given to Amatius I.
- 361 CE: Byzantinus dies and is mourned all over the empire.
- 390 CE: The Mongols appear once again and utterly destroy the Kingdom of India.
- 400 CE: Mongols complete the capture of Southeast Asia, North China and Tibet.
5th Century CE
- 407 CE: The Persian Empire once again meets a speedy end after a quick capture by the Mongols.
- 410 CE: The Mongols advance more than 300 km into the Byzantine Empire and capture Byzantium.