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Image: Life of Christ by Canon Farrar 1894 035 The Death Of Ananias

Doors: SON OF HEAVEN (Alexander The Great), artist: Keith Batten, 32" x 96", colored pencil and collage on wooden door. visit: www.keithbatten.com

Doors: SON OF HEAVEN (Alexander The Great), artist: Keith Batten, 32" x 96", colored pencil and collage on wooden door. visit: www.keithbatten.com

ALEXANDER THE GREAT Alexander out hunting on his horse, Bucephalos.

ALEXANDER THE GREAT Alexander out hunting on his horse, Bucephalos.

The "Alexander Sarcophagus" from the Phoenician royal necropolis at Sidon, was made for Abdalonymos, King of Sidon. face:lion hunt, detail: Alexander the Great on his horse, a dog at his feet. Late 4th BCE Marble, 195x318x167 cm Inv. 370 T

The Alexander Sarcophagus (late BC) discovery at the Necropolis near Sidon, Lebanon.

Ancient Macedonia - Hellenistic painting and frescoes | Greek and Hellenistic painting and frescoes - Macedonian tomb at Agios Athanasios Macedonian tomb of Agios Athanasios, unearthed near the Thessaloniki metropolitan area, dated to the last years of the 4th century BC, shortly after the death of Alexander the Great.

Ancient Macedonia - Hellenistic painting and frescoes | Greek and Hellenistic painting and frescoes - Macedonian tomb at Agios Athanasios Macedonian tomb of Agios Athanasios, unearthed near the Thessaloniki metropolitan area, dated to the last years of the 4th century BC, shortly after the death of Alexander the Great.

Gates of Alexander: Medieval legends emerged telling of how Alexander the Great built some great wall or gate in the Caucasus to prevent the peoples of Gog and Magog, and other barbarians from invading the civilized world. It was even believed that if these races broke through the Gate, it would signal the Apocalypse. Some historians believe that the legend may have been based on fortress and walls of Derbent, which was built in the 6th century.

Based on medieval legends, fictional stories, or somewhat less than useful geographic reports, here is our list of ten medieval places you won't be able to visit!

Alexander the Geat king of the ancient Greek kingdom of Macedonia, kills a lion, perhaps in the Persian game park at Bazaira (1880)

Alexander the Geat king of the ancient Greek kingdom of Macedonia, kills a lion, perhaps in the Persian game park at Bazaira

The Laestrygonians Destroy Odysseus' Ships. "...swarming up from every side – hundreds, not like men, like Giants! Down from the cliffs they flung great rocks a man could hardly hoist and a ghastly shattering din rose up from all the ships – men in their death-cries, hulls smashed to splinters..." - Homer's Odyssey, Book 10 (Alan Lee/Fagles/user: Aethon))

The Laestrygonians Destroy Odysseus' Ships. "...swarming up from every side – hundreds, not like men, like Giants! Down from the cliffs they flung great rocks a man could hardly hoist and a ghastly shattering din rose up from all the ships – men in their death-cries, hulls smashed to splinters..." - Homer's Odyssey, Book 10 (Alan Lee/Fagles/user: Aethon))

Alexander consoled by the philosophers after killing Cleitus

Alexander consoled by the philosophers after killing Cleitus

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