Alexander the Great

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Synonyms for Alexander the Great

king of Macedon


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While this might mirror the combined forces concept of Alexander the Great, he might have seen integration slightly differently.
Since 2011, when the new terminal was opened, Alexander the Great Airport has received numerous awards.
According to an inscription that was found in Shakhoora, Bahrain or Tylos was a command centre of the Hellenistic period, which started from the death of Alexander the Great in 323BC until the abolition of Ptolemaic Egypt in 63BC.
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Alexander the Great, ruler of the ancient Greek kingdom of Macedonia, led a military campaign throughout the Middle East and parts of Asia.
His triumphant treks across Persian territories made him known as Alexander the Great.
The tomb, measuring 500 meters (a third of a mile) in circumference and dug into a 30-meter (100-foot) high hill in Amphipolis, northern Greece, contains sculptures of sphinxes and caryatids, intricate mosaics and coins featuring the face of Alexander the Great.
it might house the remains of Alexander the Great, whose final
The Alexander The Great Chess Game's proprietary features allow for greater participation by increasing the amount of players that can participate at one time.
Alexander the Great became king of Macedon in 336 BC aged 20 and died twelve years later.
Recreating a lost book from the third century BC is an ambitious task, one that Andrew Young earnestly attempts in The Lost Book of Alexander the Great.
ALEXANDER the Great, the warrior king of Ancient Greece, died after having a drink spiked, an expert in poison from the University of Birmingham has concluded.
So long as there is an Alexander the Great next door who sees a
Skopje Alexander the Great Airport has seen its passenger numbers improve by 2% in January 2013 compared to the same month last year.
Greek warfare; from the Battle of Marathon to the conquests of Alexander the Great.