Based on a thorough analysis of ancient sources and enriched by a lifetime of research, this authoritative account reveals the Macedonian conqueror to be a man truly deserving of the title Alexander the Great. By the time of his death in 323 BC, Alexander III of Macedonia had built an empire that stretched from the eastern Mediterranean coast through Asia Minor and into the Indus valley. Even before his sudden death, Alexander had achieved mythical status throughout his kingdom, and in the centuries that followed, his life became the subject of countless chronicles and biographies.
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Descripción Vergara Editor S.A., 1998. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería 9789501519143