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Alexander the Great

Alexander the Great


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ISBN 13 9789381841815
Book Language English
Binding Paperback
Total Pages 223
Release Year 2015
Publisher Grapevine India Publishers
Author Jacob Abbot
Category Ancient History   Myths, Legends and Sagas   Asian History  
Weight 259.00 g
Dimension 12.70 x 20.32 x 1.37

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Having conquered over 2 million square miles spanning from Greece to India, Alexander the Great lived a remarkable life. Alexander the Great, narrated by Jacob Abbott, illuminates the brief but epochal life of Alexander, highlighting his extraordinary political and military accomplishments, great leadership qualities and sophisticated grasp of international politics. Alexander established the greatest empire of the ancient world. Alexander was born into the royal family of Macedonia and was tutored as a boy by legendary Greek philosopher, Aristotle, who subsequently advised Alexander during his early military campaigns. He also emulated his heroes like Achilles (Homer) by becoming a skilled military tactician, a gifted horseman and a brutal warlord. Alexander the Great is an engaging portrait of a fascinating man whose purpose was to unify his empire. The book brings the colossal figure vividly to life.