Alexander the Great, 356-323 BCE   [59 x 104 cm]

Source of image: House of the Faun Pompeii
Embroidery: Alia Abu Rabia', Drejat, Naqab

Alexander III of Macedon (356-323 BCE), commonly known as Alexander the Great, created one of the largest empires in the ancient world. He conquered the Persians, who had earlier subjugated Palestine.  The land came into his hands with the rest of the Persian Empire.

Era: Hellenistic Period (332—63 BCE)

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