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Alexander the Great and His Claim to Fame Phil Robins

Dead Famous: Alexander the Great and His Claim to Fame By Phil Robins

Alexander the Great and His Claim to Fame by Phil Robins


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Summary

Famously tutored by Aristotle, Alexander ruthlessly established himself as Macedonian king in the 300s BC, setting about continuing his father's wars against the Persian Empire (for their attacks on Greek City states 150 years before). This title presents the story of a brilliant military tactician who is bent on taking over the world.

Alexander the Great and His Claim to Fame Summary

Alexander the Great and His Claim to Fame by Phil Robins

Famously tutored by Aristotle, Alexander ruthlessly established himself as Macedonian king in the 300s BC, setting about continuing his father's wars against the Persian Empire (for their attacks on Greek City states 150 years before). Astride his horse Bucepalus, he embarked on his great eastern campaigns in which he conquered most of the known world, as far as India, taking Greek language and culture with him. He never returned, dying of a fever in Babylon at the age of 32. This is an incredible story of a brilliant military tactician who is bent on taking over the world. Taking part in battles and sieges galre, Alex even finds himself up against an army of 326 elephants...

Additional information

GOR001610929
9780439963497
0439963494
Alexander the Great and His Claim to Fame by Phil Robins
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Scholastic
2005-10-24
176
N/A
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