both were good generals
The Spartan Leonidas did not train Alexander the Great. The Leonidas who trained Alexander lived far after the Persian Wars.
Alexander the Great was the king of Macedonia.
Yes, Alexander the great was the king of Macedon.
King David was Ruth's great-grandson (Ruth chapter 4). See also:More about RuthMore about King David
alexander was the great king of the city alexanderia
You can see the greatest rulers, namely Alexander the Great, Julius Caesar, King David, and Charlemagne together in many works of art including paintings.
I do not think king Saul and king David were related.
the great indian king who fought alexander the great was "PORUS"
Alexander the great was the king of russia.
the king of four diff suits of cards are based on these four individuals..
alexander the great became king when his father died in 336 B.C.E
Aristotle and Alexander the Great are not related. Aristotle was born near Macedonia, but is not related to Prince Alexander. Alexander's parents were King Philip II and the princess of a nearby city as well as Queen of Macedonia for a little, Olympias. They were not in any way related, Aristotle was only Alexander's teacher.
he was king of Macedonia
he was the king of mecadonia
Alexander became king when his father was assassinated.
Alexander The Great
Yes Alexander the Great was a king. After his father (Philip II of Macedon) was assassinated in 336BC, the throne went to Alexander.
The kings in a deck of playing cards represent actual historical rulers! * Hearts: Charlemagne * Clubs: Alexander the Great * Diamonds: Julius Caesar * Spades: King David
Alexander The Great was the son of the Macedonian King; King PhilipII
Alexander was king of Macedonia as well as a great soldier who technically did not loose a war.
No. Even though Alexander the Great thought of himself as a Greek , he is truly King of Macedonia.
he was Alexander the third his successor was Alexander the forth. ... Alexander the fourth was the 13-year old son of Alexander the Great
Alexander the Great was never conquered while King
Alexander the Great was a king of a part of ancient Greece.
Alexander the Great was called the Great King because he had conquered the Persian Kingdom, and was the 'successor' of Darius III