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When Alexander the Great died in early June 323 B.C.E., the world didn't just mourn; it went to war. With an empire that stretched from Greece to the Indian subcontinent, Alexander's empire was a treasure trove waiting to be captured and plucked. Robin Waterfield's Dividing the Spoils unfolds the scheming and warfare that, surprisingly enough, consolidated the gains of the global conqueror. Major history written on a grand scale.