Alexander The Great
Alexander the Great was a king who ruled over Macedon, a kingdom in Ancient Greece. He is known for his military conquest in Asia and Northeast Africa. He was born in Pella in 356 BC, and 20 years later he began at the thrown after his father Phillip II. Alexander III was a member of the Argead Dynasty, who were the founders of Macedon. He is considered as one of the best ever military commanders in all of history because he was amazing in combat and is undefeated in battle. Hence the name "Alexander the Great".