Alexander the Great

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Alexander the Great

Alexander the Great

n
(Biography) 356–323 bc, king of Macedon, who conquered Greece (336), Egypt (331), and the Persian Empire (328), and founded Alexandria

Alexan′der the Great′


n.
356–323 B.C., king of Macedonia 336–323: conqueror of Greek city-states and of the Persian Empire from Asia Minor and Egypt to India.
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Noun1.Alexander the Great - king of MacedonAlexander the Great - king of Macedon; conqueror of Greece and Egypt and Persia; founder of Alexandria (356-323 BC)
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Alexandre le Grand
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The Roman Empire having worked out its destruction, Mr Boffin next appeared in a cab with Rollin's Ancient History, which valuable work being found to possess lethargic properties, broke down, at about the period when the whole of the army of Alexander the Macedonian (at that time about forty thousand strong) burst into tears simultaneously, on his being taken with a shivering fit after bathing.
The temple in al-Mataieh, which the locals call the temple of Alexander the Macedonian, was built in the beginning of the first century AD and is located in the center of the town.
Contractor address : ALEXANDER THE MACEDONIAN 2/15 B