Alexander the Great Storyboard
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The philosopher, Aristotle teaches the young Alexander how to be strong and how to observe.
Alexander's father is killed by a former guard, leaving him to become king.
After defeating the army of Persia, he takes over and conquers it while using what he learned from his father, mother and Aristotle.
He built great cities like places that were ideal for trade.
He spread Greek culture to other cultures and mixed it in with the others. With it being Greeklike, it was called hellinistic culture.
When being forced to go back west, Alexander is bitten by a mosquito and dies of a disease at the age of 33. Causing chaos in his empire.
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