A city in Phenicia that staunchly resisted Alexander the Great?

This city in the Phenicia region of the Middle East was called Tire. After the victory at Issus, Alexander was forced to go to the Phoenician cities in order to protect himself from the actions of the Persian fleet in the rear before marching deep into the Persian state. Byblos and Sidon surrendered at once, and Tire did not want to open his gates, but promised not to support Darius with his fleet, which was the largest in the region. The siege itself lasted seven months and ended in 332 in the fall. Alexander dealt cruelly with the besieged, whom he sold into slavery and crucified on crosses.

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