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Which event led most directly to a decline in the political power of ancient Greek city-states in the Mediterranean Sea? A. Fighting between city-states led to the Peloponnese War. B. Alexander the Greek committed the Macedonian army to a costly war campaign in the Middle East. C. The ancient Greek city-states could not unite and overcome the threat presented by the Persian Empire. D. The ancient Roman army conquered Carthage. PLEASE HELP

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  1. I found the answer

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  2. "Alexander the Greek" <~~Who wrote this?? He's known as Alexander the Great!!

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  3. If those city-states were IN the Mediterranean Sea, they may well have drowned before Alexander got there.

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  4. just answer the question PLEASE

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