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Alexander the Great
A brilliant king who captured many countries, and soon became an unchallenged leader.
The rational investigation of the tyruths and principles of being, knowledge, or conduct.
A military state located in the southern part of Greece and nearly cut off from Greece by the culf of Cornith.
Julius Caeser's grand nephew and adopted son who was the first true emperor of Rome. His leadership lead to the Pax Romana.
A Roman ruler who was a genius at military strategy and a strong leader. He became absolute ruler until he was killed.
A period of peace and prosperity throughout the Roman Empire, lasting from 27 BC to 180 AD.
A Carhaginian general who planned to avenge Carthage's earlier defeat. (Rome vs. Carthage win control of Sicily and the western Mediterranean)
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