Alexander the Great
This person is the main subject of the book, born on July 20, 356 B.C., taking the kingship of Macedonia at twenty, and going on to build an army to conquer much of the known world.
This person is the leader of the Persian army that flees two key battles, in Issus and Gaugamela, before being betrayed by his own governors, the satraps.
Philip of Macedonia
This person is the parent of the book's main subject that is credited with bringing the Greek city-states together into a semblance of a modern nation, before being assassinated.
This person is the parent of the book's main subject that is rumored to sleep with a large snake, dance wildly, and is responsible for turning powers against each other in Greece.
This person is the leader of the Taulantians, which are surprised and defeated in a night...
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