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Alexander the Great

Macedonian ruler; d. 323 BC; also known as Alexander III and Alexander of Macedon. King of Macedon, a state comprising portions of present-day Greece, and conqueror of much of the ancient world; at the time of his death, around the young age of thirty-two, Alexander's kingdom stretched from Greece to India. The son of King Philip II, Alexander received his education from Aristotle, who convinced him that Greek culture represented the absolute epitome of progress; Alexander subsequently spread Greek culture throughout the lands he subdued. See also Hellenism; Hellenization.



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