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Sorry Coltsfan but it was a Greek victory. Go and find a girlfriend and relax with all your Anti-Hellenic behavior
|fecha= [[1 de octubre]] del [[331 a. C.|331 a. C.]]
|lugar= Tel Gomel ([[Gaugamela]]), cerca del actual [[Mosul]] en {{IRQ}}.
|resultado= Victoria Helénica<ref>[http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/haht/hd_haht.htm Art of the Hellenistic Age and the Hellenistic Tradition.] Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History, [[Metropolitan Museum of Art]], 2013. Retrieved 27 May 2013. [http://www.webcitation.org/6GvcpwZo8 Archived here.]</ref><ref>According to Oswyn Murray, "Greek Historians", in John Boardman, Jasper Griffin and Oswyn Murray, Greece and the Hellenistic World (Oxford History of the Classical World I, 1986; 1988) p. 192.</ref>
|resultado= Victoria decisiva de Macedonia.<ref>[[Peter Green|Green, Peter]] (2013). ''Alexander of Macedon, 356–323 B.C.: A Historical Biography''. Berkeley and Los Angeles, California: University of California Press. ISBN 978-0-520-95469-4</ref><ref name=warhistoryonline>[https://www.warhistoryonline.com/featured/alexanders-masterpiece-gaugamela.html "Alexander’s Masterpiece: Gaugamela – Defeating The Persians, 331 BC"]</ref>
|combatientes1= [[Liga de Corinto|Liga Helénica]]<ref>[http://www.livius.org/aj-al/alexander/alexander_t43.html Liga de Corinto (Livius.org)]</ref><ref>Arrian, Anabasis, 1.16.7, on Perseus</ref>:<br>* [[Reino de Macedonia]]<br>* [[Antigua Atenas|Atenas]]<br>* [[Esparta]]<br> (Después de la [[Batalla de Megalópolis]] en [[331 a. C.]])<br>* [[Pela (Grecia)|Pela]]<br>* [[Antigua Corinto|Corinto]]<br>* [[Megáride|Megara]]<br>* [[Delfos]]<br>* [[Olimpia]]<br>* [[Ambracia]]
|combatientes1= {{MAG}}<ref name=warhistoryonline/><br /> y aliados [[Antigua Grecia|griegos]]
|combatientes2= {{IAQ}}
|comandante1= [[Alejandro Magno]]
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