Alexander the Great: Does he deserve to be on athe new Greek coin? By: kimberly lemuS

Alexander's Empire

Alexander the Great should be on the new Greek coin based on this map because he had more than 30 routes and he founded about 8 towns.

The Destruction of Tyre

Alexander the Great should not be on the new Greek coin based on The Destruction of Tyre because most of his troops died and he didn't really do much to help them. Also Sidon came and helped, if not everybody would have died.

Legends of the Helmet

Based off of the Legend of the Helmet Alexander the Great should be on the new Greek coin because he shared the pain with his troops by traveling on foot with them (he was not being greedy). His troops got him some water but he did not drink it because it was unfair he said.

The Hat Band

Based off of The Hat Band Alexander the Great should be on the new Greek coin because he was steering the "ship" by himself and not having his troops steering it. He gave the person who found his hat $10,000.

Alexander's Legacy (chart)

Based off of Alexander's Legacy (chart), Alexander the Great should be on the new Greek coin because he owned 2,000,000 sq. miles. He founded 70 cities. Greek remained an official lanuage for 1000 years.

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