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Item Description:

Coin info:

  • Denomination: Unknown (bronze), possibly hemiobol
  • Size: 18mm
  • Authority: Alexander III (the Great)
  • Date: circa 336-323 BCE
  • Design: The Greek god Herakles (representing Alexander the Great) on the obverse, club and bow on the reverse

The legendary Alexander the Great (356 - 323 BCE) was a king of the ancient Greek kingdom of Macedon. He is considered one of the greatest military leaders in history, having created one of the largest empires of the ancient world.

Alexander was tutored by Greek philosopher Aristotle, and at the age of 20 he succeeded his father Philip II to the throne. He then embarked on a series of conquests, defeating the Persian Empire and eventually stretching his empire from Greece to Egypt and into India. He is known for spreading Greek culture and civilization throughout the conquered territories. Alexander died at the age of 32, possibly from a fever or poisoning. His empire was eventually divided among his generals.

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