Alexander the Great: conqueror of the known world

92 A378n 2012

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Alexander the Great: conqueror of the known world

Nardo, Don.

Greensboro, NC : Morgan Reynolds Publishing, 2010.

128 p. : illus. : 23 cm.

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Alexander III of Macedonia, whom history came to call "the Great," was one of the most talented military generals who ever lived. By the time of his untimely death, at age thirty-two, in 323 BC, he had conquered an enormous portion of the known world. His empire stretched from Greece eastward to India and encompassed dozens of diverse people with separate languages and cultures. Few historical figures have been as widely feared, loved, hated, discussed, and immortalized in human memory as he.

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ISBN:

978-1-59935-126-1

LC Call No:

DF234.N37

Dewey Class No:

92/A378n/2012

Author:

Nardo, Don.

Title:

Alexander the Great: conqueror of the known world.

Edition:

1st.

Publisher:

Greensboro, NC : Morgan Reynolds Publishing, 2010.

Physical:

128 p. : illus. : 23 cm.

Notes:

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Summary:

Alexander III of Macedonia, whom history came to call "the Great," was one of the most talented military generals who ever lived. By the time of his untimely death, at age thirty-two, in 323 BC, he had conquered an enormous portion of the known world. His empire stretched from Greece eastward to India and encompassed dozens of diverse people with separate languages and cultures. Few historical figures have been as widely feared, loved, hated, discussed, and immortalized in human memory as he.

Subject:

ALEXANDER THE GREAT, 356-323 B.C.--Juvenile literature.

Subject:

Greece--History--Macedonian Expansion, 359-323 B.C.--Juvenile literature

Subject:

Generals--Greece--Biography--Juvenile literature

Subject:

Greece--Kings and rulers--Biography--Juvenile literature.

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