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Biography of Alexander the Great – King of Macedonia (336-323 B.C.)

Biography of Alexander the Great – King of Macedonia (336-323 B.C.)

Alexander III of Macedon, popularly known to history as Alexander the Great,  was an Ancient Greek king (basileus) of Macedon. Born in 356 BC, Alexander succeeded his father Philip II of Macedon to the throne in 336 BC, and died in Babylon in 323 BC at the age of 32. Alexander was one of the most successful military commanders of all time and it is presumed that he […]

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Cleopatra VII ( Elizabeth Taylor ) speaks about Alexander the Great’s Greek Ethnicity – Macedonia

Cleopatra VII ( Elizabeth Taylor ) speaks about Alexander the Great’s Greek Ethnicity – Macedonia

From the Youtube Channel of spherikos Cleopatra VII (Elizabeth Taylor) tells about Alexander the Great’s Greek Ethnicity for skip (

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Vladimir Putin : Alexander of Macedon was a Greek (Video)

Vladimir Putin, Prime Minister of Russian Federation, stated that, in effect, Alexander of Macedon (Alexander III, Alexander the Great) was Greek, in a comment following a question about economic crisis in Greece during “Russia 2012″ forum, February 2012. In the excerpt from a debate at the forum, the obvious synergy of otherwise blunt statement that “Alexander conquered Persia” followed by […]

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Vladimir Putin : Alexander Was Greek

Vladimir Putin : Alexander Was Greek

A statement by Mr. Vladimir Putin, President of Government of demographically and geographically largest Slavic state in the world, which is also a cultural, scientific and scholarly superpower, in addition having authority derived from World’s most second powerful armed forces. “In his time to solve these economic problems, Alexander of Macedonia came and conquered Persia. Now Greece is not to […]

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A Melting Pot at the Intersection of Empires for Five Centuries

A Melting Pot at the Intersection of Empires for Five Centuries

  By JOHN NOBLE WILFORD Published: December 19, 2011 In its time and place, the ancient city of Dura-Europos had much in common with today’s most cosmopolitan urban landscapes. Religious, linguistic and cultural diversity characterized much of the city’s life for more than 500 years, starting at the outset of the third century B.C. in what is now Syria. Greek, […]

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Priceless Treasure Looted from Benghazi Bank Vault

Priceless Treasure Looted from Benghazi Bank Vault

  Part of The Treasure of Benghazi collection that has been looted contained Silver didrachm A priceless collection of nearly 8,000 ancient gold, silver and bronze coins much of which dates from the time of Alexander the Great, was stolen by robbers who broke into a bank vault in the Libyan city of Benghazi. Robbers reportedly made off with the […]

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Rosetta Stone : Experts expose FYROM’s hoax

Rosetta Stone : Experts expose FYROM’s hoax

Rosetta Stone, c. 196 B.C.E., granite, 114.4 cm x 72.3 x 27.9 cm or 45 x 28.5 x 11 in. (British Museum, London) Speakers: Dr. Beth Harris and Dr. Steven Zucker The Professors describe the 3 languages found in the Rosetta Stone: – The stone said the same thing in 3 different languages…Ancient Greek which is down in the bottom. […]

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Alexander the Great and his Greek Origins

Alexander the Great and his Greek Origins

Alexander the Great Alexander III of Macedon, was born in 356 BC in Pella, capital of the Macedonian kingdom, an ancient Greek state. He was son of the Macedonian king Philip II and Olympias, princess of Molossians in Epirus. The Macedonian Royal House The Macedonian royal house was called “Argeads” or “Temenidae“. According to the tradition, the founder of the […]

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The Identity of Macedonia

The Identity of Macedonia

According to Article 2 of UNESCO’s Universal Declaration on Cultural Diversity, “it is essential to ensure harmonious interaction among people and groups with plural, varied and dynamic cultural identities”. 5 million people live in the modern region of Macedonia, and more than half of them have a Greek national identity, along with their Macedonian cultural identity, due to their Hellenic […]

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History channel – Engineering an Empire – Greek Byzantium

History channel – Engineering an Empire – Greek Byzantium

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