Compare the activities of Li Shi-min and Alexander the Great. What do they have in common? Which of them was more successful and why?

Both conquerors strove to include as many neighboring peoples as possible in their civilization. Alexander the Great had greater success, since the agricultural and urban economy of the Hellenes was close to the Persians, Indians and Egyptians. Li Shi-min had nomads as neighbors – they were alien to the urban and agricultural culture.

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