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ALEXANDER THE GREAT.

Examines his military career, his rule as King of Macedonia & his philosophy. Alexander's toleration of religious beliefs & customs of those he conquered. Bringing Hellenic heritage to cities he founded. Establishment of cities that became center of Greek learning. His skill at adaptation, both militarily & politically. Reforms he made in financial area. Creation of municipal freedom of the Greek ":polis" within the imperial system.
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