Alexander of Macedon, 356-323 B.C.: A Historical Biography Character Descriptions

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Character Descriptions

Alexander - This person, born in July 356 B.C. in Pella, spent ten years trying to conquer the Persian Empire.

Philip of Macedonia - This person was the father of Alexander the Great.

Myrtale - This person was the mother of Alexander the Great.

Parmenio - This person was a top general and aide of Alexander's. He was killed on the orders of Alexander.

Darius - This person was king of Persia and the head of a mighty army.

Bessus - This person was the satrap of Bactria. He organized a conspiracy against Darius.

Agis - This person was king of Sparta, who did not support Alexander.

Antipater - This person was a chief adviser to Alexander and ruled in Greece in Alexander's absence.

Aristotle - This person was the tutor of Alexander and friend of Antipater.

Amyntas - This person was one of Alexander's chief aides...

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