Cassius Dio (c. 164 - c. 229/235 CE) was a Roman politician and historian. Although he held a number of political offices with distinction, he is best known for his 80-volume Roman History. The work took 22 years to complete, was written...
Alexander the Great, Bronze Head
Head of Alexander the Great from a smaller than life-size statue, goldleaf on bronze, 2nd century CE. (Palazzo Massimo, Rome).
Alexander the Great, Macedonian Silver Tetradrachm
Silver tetradrachm from the reign of Alexander the Great, 336-323 BCE. O: Head of Hercules. R: Zeus seated on a throne holding an eagle.
Coins of Alexander the Great of Macedon
Alexander conquered large areas of Europe, Asia, and North Africa. The coin types produced during his lifetime were still used after his death in 323 BCE. These had the same imagery and weight standard, with local symbols to distinguish the...
Alexander the Great (Head)
The sculpture is considered to be Alexander at 18, made when he visited Athens after the battle of Chaeronea in 358 CE. Taken at the Acropolis Museum in Athens
Alexander the Great and the Situation ... the Great? Crash Course World History #8
In which you are introduced to the life and accomplishments of Alexander the Great, his empire, his horse Bucephalus, the empires that came after him, and the idea of Greatness. Is greatness a question of accomplishment, of impact, or are...
Head of Alexander the Great from Pergamon
This head was found during the excavations of the lower agora of Pergamon; it seems that it had fallen there from one of the buildings on the higher city. The head reveals all of the characteristic features of the sculpted heads of Alexander...
Map of Alexander the Great's Conquests
A map showing the route that Alexander the Great took to conquer Egypt, Mesopotamia, Persia, and Bactria.
Cities Named Alexandria by Alexander the Great
Alexander the Great (r. 356-323 BCE) founded, reorganized, or re-established several towns and cities across his empire and gave most of them the name of Alexandria.
Alexander The Great and Roxane
Alexander The Great and Roxane (1756) by Pietro Antonio Rotari (1707–1762). Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg, Russia.