Alexander the Great: The Known End of the World, Acquiring Credit for Already Established Citadels, Adopting Persian Textiles, the Discovery of Cotton, How Alexander Met Roxanna and the Significance of Hisor Castle, Roxanna’s Real Name, and No Alexandrian Cities in Asia Ever Discovered

During the time of Alexander the Great, Bactria, which is modern day Afghanistan, was considered the end of the world. Alexander the Great had a military of 55,000 soldiers and did not build great as many great citadels as he is accredited to have created, instead he conquered already established lands and renamed them, leaving much of the Persian and African infrastructure intact. Alexander the Great adopted Persian dress when attempting to blend in with the culture of the locals during signifi...

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