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Alexander the great was Greek.

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No, he was a greek king before the roman times.


Persian,greek,roman and egyptian together.


Alexander the Great was a Greek from the Northern Greek kingdom of Macedonia.


Alexander the Great was Greek. 372 famous scholars from top world universities (Cambridge, Oxford) have declared with their names that Alexander the Great was Greek.


No. Alexander the great was Greek. He spoke and wrote in ancient greek. He was born in Pella ( which today in the north of Greece). 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]


yes but for some reasons he became Egyptian the Greek!note: this is fack for what i have written.


Referring to a period in Greek history between Alexander the Great and the Roman conquest.


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Philip 2, king of Macedonia. He was Alexander the Great, not the Greek. And he was a Macedonian, not a Greek.


Alexander the Great was form Macedonia on the Greek peninsula.


alexander the great is macedonian no greek


Alexander the Great predates the Roman Empire.


Alexander the Great. Alexander the Great was a Greek. Remember, the Romans conquered the Greeks.


As the Greek world was taken over by the Roman Empire, nothing much would have changed.


Alexander the Great did that - he was not a Greek but rather a Macedonian.


None , Alexander preceded the Roman Empire which came later .


Alexander, who loved all things Greek, introduced the Greek language and Greek ways to Judah.


the great for Alexander and they had


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Aristotle taught Alexander the Great. Aristotle was a Greek philosopher who was Plato's student.


Alexander the Great conquered Persia, the great Greek City States, and the region of Thrace.



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