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PHILIP’S PALACE IN MACEDONIA
THE YOUNG ALEXANDER (RECONSTRUCTED)
ALEXANDER AND BUCEPHALUS
THE SCHOOL WHERE FOR THREE YEARS ARISTOTLE TUTORED ALEXANDER
ARISTOTLE AND A MANUSCRIPT FRAGMENT WITH THE WORDS “PHILOSOPHOS” AND “EPITOME”
MACEDONIAN MOSAIC OF LION HUNT
HEPHAESTION ALEXANDER’S COMPANION
ASSASSINATION OF PHILIP 336 B. CASSASSINATION OF PHILIP 336 B.C. ADVANCE FORCE OF 10,000 ALREADY ACROSS HELLESPONT
ALEXANDER AGAINST PERSIA
MACEDONIA TO EGYPT 334 B.C. TO SPRING 331 B.C.
ALEXANDER IS SAID TO BE DESCENDED FROM ACHILLES, THE YOUNG HERO OF HOMER’S ILIAD. ON THE JOURNEY ALEXANDER SLEEPS WITH THE ILIAD AND A DAGGER BENEATH HIS PILLOW.
IN ASIA, IN A GESTURE OF SYMBOLIC IDENTIFICATION, ALEXANDER STOPS FIRST WHERE THE GREEKS IN THE ILIAD DESTROYED TROY. ALEXANDER’S IS THE ARMY OF HOMER’S GREEK HEROES REBORN.
Battle of River Granicus May 334 B.C.
PERSIAN AND GREEK FOOT SOLDIERS
PERSIAN CAVALRY IN DEFENSIVE FORMATION, PERSIAN INFANTRY AND THE MACEDONIAN PHALANX
ALEXANDER VS. DARIUS III AT THE BATTLE OF THE ISSUS 333 B.C.
DARIUS III KING OF THE PERSIANS
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