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I worked hard on it think its pretty good - hope you get good use from it Excellent writing research job Excellent choice of detail anecdotes Several small things on the format Need page s in your end notes as explained on that page Overall - excellent Introduction Alexander the great made an impact on world history that few individuals can profess to have done He ruled all of the known world and one of the largest empires ever His men were the first westerners to encounter tales of the Yeti They even discovered and classified new types of flora and fauna such as the red mold that grew on their bread while they were in Asia and made it appear as if it were bleeding He expanded the Hellenist sphere of influence to the farthest reaches of the globe When the king of Greece visited the British colony of India around the turn of the century the colonial government had some native Indian dances displayed for him He was shocked when he immediately recognized the dances as the same harvest dances that his fellow Greeks performed near Thessalonika This was the breadth of Alexanders influence on hundreds of different cultures around the world Throughout the whole of Europe Asia and North Africa stories of this great man have been handed down from generation to generation throughout the centuries In many cases Alexander has even taken on a superhuman aura and many unbelievable legends have been based on his life When Julius Caesar visited Alexandria he asked to see the body of the greatest warrior of all time- Alexander the Great Such was Alexanders reputation able to impress even the powerful Caesar He was without a doubt one of the most remarkable men that ever walked the face of this Earth And this is the story of his life
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