Bucephalus

Definition

Bucephalus was Alexander the Great's horse and is considered by some to be the most famous horse in history. Alexander and Bucephalus' initial meeting was unique but demonstrated the true character of one of the greatest generals in all of history.

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  • c. 355 BCE
    Possible birth year of Bucephalus.
  • 346 BCE
    Alexander tames Bucephalus, his war horse.
  • Jun 326 BCE
    Death of Bucephalus.
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