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Alexander the Great

Summary: A man named N.G.L. Hammond believes that Alexander the Great is worthy of his historical status. His article first explains Alexander's great accomplishments in history. The article states that Alexander's father, Phillip II, unified all of the Greek city states as the leader of the Macedonians through military power.
This article is about a man named N.G.L. Hammond that believes that Alexander the Great is worthy of his historical status. The article first explains Alexander's great accomplishments in history. The article states that Alexander's father, Phillip II, unified all of the Greek city states as the leader of the Macedonians through military power. After Phillip was assassinated in 336 BC Alexander rose to power at the young age of nineteen. Alexander was greatly influenced by Aristotle who Phillip had hired when Alexander was young. Near the end of Alexander's life he was considered a god by many people and after death that number began to grow. Some of the more famous religious worshippers of Alexander the Great include Julius Caesar and Napoleon Bonaparte.

In the article Hammond argues that Alexander was a leader who was loved by his troops. He gives an example that while Alexander...

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