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He named more than 70 cities after himself—and one after his horse. Alexander commemorated his conquests by founding dozens of cities usually built up around previous military fortswhich he invariably named Alexandria.
The most famous of these, founded at the mouth of the Nile in B. Near the site of the battle of the river Hydaspes—the costliest victory of his Indian campaign—Alexander founded the city of Bucephala, named for his favorite horse, which was mortally wounded in the battle.
When Alexander met his future wife Roxanne, it was love at first sight. After his spectacular capture in B. Soon after, in a traditional wedding ceremony, the king sliced a loaf of bread in two with his sword and shared it with his new bride.
Alexander even smelled great. Alexander himself openly called himself Son of Zeus during a visit to Siwah in B. After defeating the Persians, Alexander started dressing like them. After six years of ever-deeper incursions into the Persian empire, in A.
Alexander conquered Persepolis, the longtime center of Persian culture. Realizing that the best way to maintain control of the Persians was to act like one, Alexander began to wear the striped tunic, girdle and diadem of Persian royal dress—to the dismay of cultural purists back in Macedonia.
In he held a mass wedding in the Persian city of Susa, in which he forced 92 leading Macedonians to take Persian wives Alexander himself married two, Stateira and Parysatis.
Alexander the Great fell ill after downing a bowl of wine at a party.
Two weeks later, the year-old ruler was dead. In modern times, medical experts have speculated that malaria, lung infection, liver failure or typhoid fever may have done Alexander in.
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