No.was Greek. He spoke and wrote in ancient greek. He was born in Pella ( which today in the north of ).
Some people will try to tell you that he was macedonian. This is partly true in the same way Spartans and athenians are greek.
The roman numeral of Alexander the Great is Alexander III [356-323 BCE]
Alexander the great was Greek.
Alexander the Great
Alexander the Great predates the Roman Empire.
None , Alexander preceded the Roman Empire which came later .
The Roman Empire
No, he was Macedonian.
No Roman emperor wanted to conquer the lands that Alexander the Great had conquered. The Roman conquests in areas which Alexander had conquered occurred during the period of the Roman Republic, before the period of rule by emperors and before there were Roman emperors. These various conquests, which occurred at separate times, had nothing to do with a desire to conquer Alexander's former territories.
Julius Caesar was a Senator in the Roman Republic (before it became the Roman Empire). Alexander the great was a Macedonian leader whose father, Philip, took over Greece. As king, Alexander crushed the Persian Empire.
His empire was in the east. Roman influence at that stage was confined to Italy.
No, he was a greek king before the roman times.
Persian,greek,roman and egyptian together.
Alexander the Great, world conqueror and son of King Philip of Macedonia Catherine the Great, Russian Tsaress Constantine the Great, Roman Emperor Peter the Great, Russian Tsar
He is not responsible for either.
Alexander the Great had the largest Greek empire ever created, but it was not bigger than some Empires that were built later, such as the Roman or British ones.
Neither of the two ever met . The Roman Empire was much later although Marc Anthony probably admired Alexander The Great .
The Hellenistic period was the period between the conquests of Alexander the Great to the conquest of Egypt, the last Hellenistic state which fell to the Romans,
yes but for some reasons he became Egyptian the Greek!note: this is fack for what i have written.
he was a roman leader and led Romans to victors against other enemies
Referring to a period in Greek history between Alexander the Great and the Roman conquest.
The early Roman empire lasted longer than the empire that was started by Alexander the great because there was more support. With more people, and more support, an Empire is trusted more, and can last longer.
Alexander IV of Macedonia who was the son of Alexander the Great
This was known as the Hellenistic Period.
It was first taken over by Alexander the Great, then absorbed into the Roman Empire.