Alexander The Great

king Alexander the Great 356-323 B.C. was born to parents King Philip II and Queen Olympia. Tutored by Aristotle, the prince took charge at age 18

Alexander’s defeat of the Persian Empire removed and prevented the spread of Greek settlements into the East. Although no evidence suggests that Alexander himself promoted a policy Alexander’s military genius is undisputed. He improved the fine army came from his father Philip by the addition of allied forces; he strengthened the cavalry arm, utilized weapons specialists, and employed a corps of engineer

Alexander’s conquests created a legend that would provide the standard by which other leaders measured their careers. Kings, generals, and emperors discovered that they were unable to compete with the legend

In Babylon on June 10th 323 BC Alexander the Great died aged 32, having conquered an empire stretching from modern Albania to eastern Pakistan

Alexander the Great, was the undefeated ruler he also accomplish burning down Persian capital of Persepolis he ruled for eight years and then there was a new office and it was ruled by generals

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