Alexander The Great Bronze - 336 BC - Macedon/Greece
Alexander The Great Bronze - 336 BC - Macedon/Greece
Alexander The Great Bronze - 336 BC - Macedon/Greece
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Alexander The Great Bronze

Date: 336 BC

Origin: Macedon/Greece

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  • Ships in 3 - 6 days within the US. Orders over $50 ship free!
  • Includes Certificate of Authenticity.
  • Your purchase will match the quality of the items shown.

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Origin: These bronze Macedonian hemiobols were minted under the rule of Alexander III, also known as Alexander the Great. Alexander's military prowess allowed him to forge one of the largest empires in ancient history, all within a span of about 13 years. Each coin has been verified authentic by History Hoard. 

Frequently Asked Questions

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Alexander the great mosaic
Alexander the great mosaic

Alexander depicted in a Roman mosaic over 200 years after his death.

Alexander the Great: Conqueror, genius, and tyrant

If there's one thing nobody can doubt about Alexander the Great, it's his military prowess.

He was crowned king at the age of just 20 years old, but his first military victory came long before that.

At just sixteen, Alexander lead the Macedonian army to a swift win against a Thracian uprising. He not only drove them out, but colonized their territory with Greek settlers and renamed it Alexandropolis. 

Yes, the sixteen year old Alexander already had a city named after him.

Of course, this same boy would grow up to conquer Greece, Egypt, Persia, and everything in between. It's easy to view him as an undefeatable hero, as many accounts of history do.

But Alexander had a dark side. He was known for being power hungry and tyrannical, often torturing and killing those who spoke against him.

Nevertheless, Alexander was struck down suddenly from unknown causes at the age of just 32. Though his legacy is complicated as it is vast, few others have changed the world so much in such little time.

Alexandria
The Egyptian city of Alexandria, named for Alexander the Great, also served as his final resting place.

Your order will include:

  • One bronze Macedonian coin minted under Alexander the Great (336 - 323 BC).
  • Glass top leather display box
  • Detail card with relevant information about the relic
  • Certificate of Authenticity

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