Alexander originally ascended the throne of which nation?
What was the name of Alexander’s father?
Alexander’s family claimed to descend from which famous Greek hero?
True or False: Alexander was never defeated in battle.
What was the name of Alexander’s mother?
Which great philosopher was Alexander’s tutor as a boy?
True or False: The military tactics that made Alexander so successful are considered obsolete today, and so are never studied.
In a legend similar to Arthur and Excalibur, a Greek oracle foretold that whoever was able to untie the knot of Gordium would go on to become the true ruler of Asia. When Alexander reached the town of Gordium on his Asian campaign, he decided to attempt the knot. How did he succeed?
True or False: Alexander had two different colored eyes.
Alexander is said to have kept a copy of one specific copy with him at all times. What was the book?
Which of these was NOT a nickname given to Alexander in his lifetime?
What was the name of the Persian leader who was forced to retreat in shame when he confronted Alexander?
Who played Alexander in the 2004 film adaption of his life story? (Hint: the film was called Alexander
Which of these places was never conquered by Alexander the Great?
True or False: a 2008 survey determined that Alexander was the greatest greek of all-time.
True or False: After conquering the Persians, Alexander adopted many Persian customs.
Where was Alexander buried?
How did Alexander’s father die?
True or False: Alexander had only one city named after him, which was in Egypt.
Which of these was a favorite tactic of Alexander the Great?
True or False: A historian once claimed that Alexander had a naturally beautiful odor.
True or False: Alexander once named a city after his horse
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