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Alexander the Great Destroyer: Ancient Revenge or War for Profit? – Part II

Wednesday, February 15, 2017 9:31
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Detail of the Alexander Sarcophagus located in the Istanbul Archaeology Museum. Gold coins

Miseries along with poverty, for the people were raped of their land and their self. However, with such great turmoil came lasting hope that those affected would be redeemed. If Alexander felt that unity was close, the inhabitants of the Iranian plateau would not forget the sacking of Persepolis among other distasteful actions before and after.

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