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Alexander the Great and His Achievments

Summary: Alexander the Great was thought to be super-human almost from birth. He was compared to the Greek god, Zeus, and that is what Alexander believed too. It is known that Alexander was born to King Philip the II and Queen Olympia's of Greek Macedonia in 356 BC, and Alexander took over the throne at the young age of 20.

Alexander the Great was thought to be super-human almost from birth. He was compared to the Greek god, Zeus, and that is what Alexander believed too. It is known that Alexander was born to King Philip the II and Queen Olympia's of Greek Macedonia in 356 BC, and Alexander took over the throne at the young age of 20. His life seemed to show that he would achieve greatness and his great metal ability and strong personality ensured his incredibly high status where his father failed, Alexander would succeed by the Victory of Persia. In Egypt Alexander was worshiped as a god and considered to be a liberator. There he brought to existence the city of Alexandria, and then he would overtake the Asian jewel of India. In the early 30's Alexander the Great dies of Malaria, and not from intoxication as originally thought. His empire extended from the Ionian...

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