Alexander the Great
Alexander the Great was the King of Macedonia, an Ancient Greek kingdom, and also the conqueror and emperor of one of the largest empires in history. He was never defeated in battle, and is considered one of the most eminent military commanders in history. He is considered an integral part of cultures across the world, and is often considered one of the most influential people of all time.

Full Name Alexander III of Macedon
Who Emperor of the Kingdom of Macedon
Birth Date July 20, 356 BC
Death Date June 11, 323 BC
Country Macedonia
Born Pella, Macedonia
Died Babylon
Cause of Death unknown
Education tutored by Aristotle
Father Philip II of Macedon
Mother Olympia of Epirus

Roxana of Bactria

Stateira II of Perisa

Parysatis II of Persia


Cleopatra of Macedon

Philip III of Macedon

Thessalonike of Macedon



Europa of Macedon

Children Alexander IV of Macedon

How Added - Was on the "100 Most Significant People in History" list by Time magazine.

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