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Alexandros the Great (Celestial Ascendance)

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Ἀλέξανδρος ὁ Μέγας
Alexandros the Great
Timeline: Celestial Ascendance

Alexandros the Great painting closeup
A painting of Alexandros the Great

Autokrator of the Alexandrian Empire
330 – 286

Predecessor: Empire established
Successor: Alexandros IV

Basileus of Macedonia
336 BC – 286 BC

Predecessor: Philip II
Successor: Alexandros IV

Emperor of Persia
330 BC – 286 BC

Predecessor: Darius III
Successor: Alexandros IV

Pharaoh of Egypt
332 BC – 286 BC

Predecessor: Darius III
Successor: Alexandros IV

Lord of Asia
331 BC – 286 BC

Predecessor: None
Successor: Alexandros IV
Born: 356 BC
Died: 286 BC
Full name: Alexandros Argeadai
Wives: Roxana (chief consort)
Stateira II
Song Qin
House: Argeadai
Father: Philippos II
Mother: Olympias
Issue: Alexandros IV
Religion: Hellenism
 Alexandros the Great (Greek: Ἀλέξανδρος ὁ Μέγας "Alexandros ho megas", sometimes anglicized as Alexander), also known as Alexandros III of Macedonia, was a Greek conqueror, first Emperor (Autokrator) and founder of the Alexandrian Empire.

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