Alexander the Great Term Paper by Peter Pen

Alexander the Great
A brief biography of famous Greek leader, Alexander the Great.
# 96064 | 914 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2007
Published on Jun 21, 2007 in History (Greek and Roman) , History (Leaders) , History (Middle Eastern)


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Alexander the Great is one person that stands out as one of the great leaders in history. He led thousands of troops conquering everywhere he went and never lost a battle. This paper examines some of the background and accomplishments of Alexander's life that made him one of history's greatest leaders.

From the Paper:

"Trained early on by his father, King Philip, in politics and warfare, Alexander was given a vast knowledge in both. Philip was a warlord and a political genius. He took Macedonia from an insignificant province to be one of the most important powers in Greece. He then began liberating Greek city states in Asia Minor. Phillip was able to convey the whole of his knowledge and beliefs to Alexander. After Philips death, he also left Alexander his highly developed military force."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Cantor, N. F. (2005). Alexander the Great: journey to the end of the Earth. New York: Harper Collins Publishers
  • Knox, E.L. Skip. Alexander the Great: History of Western Civilization, Boise State University. http://History.boisestate.edu/westciv/alexander
  • WOODS, M (1997). In the footsteps of Alexander the Great: a journey from Greece to Asia. Berkley: University of California Press. "Macedonia FAQ: Alexander the Great." Macedonia.org. 1996-2000. http://faq.macedonia.org/history/alexander.the.great.html

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