World History

Which option best describes the impact of Alexander the Great and the Greek Empire on Egyptian culture?

Alexander the Great and his conquering forces drove out the Persians, annexed Egypt, and established the capital city of Alexandria.

Alexander the Great and his forces were defeated by Pharaoh Amenhotep III, leading to the resurgence of Egyptian culture and religious practices.

Alexander the Great and his conquering forces drove out the Sumerians, enslaved thousands of Egyptians, and established the capital city of Cairo.

Alexander the Great and his forces were defeated by Pharaoh Ptolemy I, establishing the 25th Egyptian Dynasty and ending the Greek Empire.

I believe it is A.

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  1. I agree. A.

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