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Bucefalo y alejandro

The taming of Bucephalus by Andre Castaigne Alexander the Great's horse, tamed by training Bucephalus in the direct sunlight because he was afraid of his own shadow. Alexander rode him into many battles.

Frescoes suspected of Alexander the Great, which has drawn in Fayoztepa (1-2 century) Termez. Author Ryoichi Sato.

Frescoes suspected of Alexander the Great, which has drawn in Fayoztepa century) Termez. 2000 years old monastery complex.

According to the legend, Thessaloniki, turned into a mermaid after her brother Alexander’s death. She lived in Aegean sea and whenever she met a sailor during a storm, she asked him only one question: “Where is King Alexander?” If he answered “He lives and reigns” the storm subsided. Any other answer made her very angry and caused death for anyone who was on the ship.

“ Thessalonike – Sister of Alexander The Great ” … Artist Not Identified A popular folk legend in Greece which existed before the century is about Alexander and his sister the mermaid.

Αlexander the Great (found in Afghanistan). Hidden Treasures from the National Museum, Kabul (Australian Review)

Αlexander the Great (found in Afghanistan). Hidden Treasures from the National Museum, Kabul (Australian Review)

Alexander The Great, Personality, Campaign

Roman bust of Alexander the Great, excavated from the ruins of Herculaneum, Blenheim Palace Oxfordshire, UK

Roman bust of Alexander the Great, excavated from the ruins of Herculaneum, Blenheim Palace Oxfordshire, UK

Metope with Pyrrhus in Battle (from Ancient History)

When Alexander the Great died in 323 BCE, he left behind an empire devoid of leadership. Without a named successor or heir, the old commanders simply divided.