Alexander the Great

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king of Macedon


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Alexander III of Macedon, better known as Alexander the Great, changed the nature of the ancient world in little more than a decade.
It should be stated at the outset that the book under review is not a traditional biography of Alexander III of Macedon (for such volumes already proliferate in contemporary scholarship), but rather "seeks to look deeply into the circumstances of his world in the belief that we cannot understand individuals apart from the cultures that condition their lives" (p.
(Alexander III of Macedon, 356 - 323 bc ) The son of Philip of Macedon, and conqueror of the civilized world.
Yet Akbar was far from alone in his extensions of knowledge, curiosities, passions, power, and stature--stories about Alexander III of Macedon claiming divine stature are but one other example.
Alexander III of Macedon became an object of fascination in myth, literature, and history almost from the day of his death.