Alexander the Great
Updated: 2/3/2021
Alexander the Great

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  • Hello Alexander, I am your tutor, Aristotle! And am here to teach you everything you must know to be leader!
  • We have to Stop the revolt in Thebes and enslave there people
  • Then we could use it as an example to others
  • We have defeated the Persians once and for all!
  • 343-340 BC - Phillis the second hires a tutor for Alexander. He made a deal with Aristotle after he destroyed his hometown that he would rebuild it and enslave all people if he tutors his son.
  • How did you untie that knot with your sword!
  • That was easy!
  • 336 BC- When Phillips II dies Alexander claims his throne as he ends the revolt in Thebes, burns the city and enslaves there people. He then used this as an example to other city-states of what will happen to them if they don't obey.
  • Now, lets put our hands together for the new pharaoh of Greece. Alexander!
  • 334 BC- Alexander and his empire defeated the Persians. Even though they had a bigger army he was more strategic, therefore he won.
  • Who will be the new leader, Alexander?
  • 334 BC- After Alexander defeated the Persian empire he heard stories about a knot that had been tied by a king. The king said that who ever untied the knot would rule all of Asia. So, Alexander took out his sword and cut it down the middle.
  • 332 BC- When Alexander attempts to conquer Greece the Greek governor surrenders without a fight because he has hear of how good he is. Then he crowns Alexander as pharaoh.
  • 323 BC- As Alexander went back to Greece from India he stopped at Babylon and caught malaria. People where asking him who would be the next leader but he never responded because within minuets the 33 year old legend died.