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Alexander the Great: What-or Who-Really Killed the Young Conqueror of the Known World

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A vivid, dramatic and exciting analysis of the mysterious death of one of the greatest heroes in history As he lay siege to the world Alexander harboured the belief he was the son of God and desired everlasting glory by conquering all to the ends of the earth.



Alexander the Great: Death of a God analyses this outstanding figure who achieved so much before his premature end. He was an enigma, a man who wanted to be a god, a Greek who wanted to be Persian, a defender of liberties who spent most of his life taking away the liberties of others, and a king who could be compassionate yet ruthlessly wipe out an ancient city like Tyre and crucify 3,000 of its defenders along the seashore.

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A vivid, dramatic and exciting analysis of the mysterious death of one of the greatest heroes in history As he lay siege to the world Alexander harboured the belief he was the son of God and desired everlasting glory by conquering all to the ends of the earth.

Alexander the Great: Death of a God analyses this outstanding figure who achieved so much before his premature end. He was an enigma, a man who wanted to be a god, a Greek who wanted to be Persian, a defender of liberties who spent most of his life taking away the liberties of others, and a king who could be compassionate yet ruthlessly wipe out an ancient city like Tyre and crucify 3,000 of its defenders along the seashore.

*Yellowed pages*

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Author Paul C. Doherty
Publisher Robinson Publishing
Place London
Year 2005
ISBN 9781845291563
Binding Paperback
Condition Very Good
Comments Yellowed pages

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