Alexander the Great

Alexander the Great was the king of the Greek Kingdom of Macedon. He was born in 356BC and succeeded from his father, Philip II, at just 20 years old. His love for campaigning saw him build up one of the largest empires of the Ancient World in just 10 years. He was undefeated in battle and is seen as one of history’s most successful military campaigners.

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