"Alexander" — Morey, 1903

Alexander

"Alexander" — Morey, 1903

"Sarcophagus of Alexander (So-called)" — Morey, 1903

Alexander

"Sarcophagus of Alexander (So-called)" — Morey, 1903

Pahlen announcing to the emperor Alexander the death of Paul I.

Alexander

Pahlen announcing to the emperor Alexander the death of Paul I.

Alexander defeating the Persians.

Alexander

Alexander defeating the Persians.

Drawing of Tsar Alexander I. He was the first Grand Duke of Finland.

Tsar Alexander I

Drawing of Tsar Alexander I. He was the first Grand Duke of Finland.

Alexander the Great's head on a silver coin of Lysimachus in 321-281 B.C.

Coin of Alexander the Great

Alexander the Great's head on a silver coin of Lysimachus in 321-281 B.C.

"Coin of Alexander the Great. Alexander, at the time of his father's death, was in his twentieth year, having been born in B.C. 356." — Smith, 1882

Coin of Alexander the Great

"Coin of Alexander the Great. Alexander, at the time of his father's death, was in his twentieth year,…

"Arms of Alexander VI. (Borgia)" — Young, 1901

Alexander VI

"Arms of Alexander VI. (Borgia)" — Young, 1901

An image depicting Alexander visiting the Temple of Amun.

Alexander at the Temple of Amun

An image depicting Alexander visiting the Temple of Amun.

"Part of the Triumphal Entrance of Alexander into Babylon." —D'Anvers, 1895

Bas-relief

"Part of the Triumphal Entrance of Alexander into Babylon." —D'Anvers, 1895

A marshal and Vice-Constable of France. He also served as chief of staff under Napoleon. He was born February 20, 1753 and died on June 1, 1815.

General Alexander Berthier

A marshal and Vice-Constable of France. He also served as chief of staff under Napoleon. He was born…

"Here [Darius] was assassinated by Bessus, the satrap of Bactria. He was discovered by Alexander in a dying condition by the roadside. He asked for a cup of water, thanked the giver, and died. And with him died the Empire of the Persians."—Ridpath, 1885

Alexander Discovers the Body of Darius

"Here [Darius] was assassinated by Bessus, the satrap of Bactria. He was discovered by Alexander in…

A duel between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr, in which Hamilton was killed.

Duel Between Aaron Burr and Alexander Hamilton

A duel between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr, in which Hamilton was killed.

Alexander Hamilton, the first Secretary of the Treasury.

Alexander Hamilton

Alexander Hamilton, the first Secretary of the Treasury.

A portrait of Alexander Hamilton. One of our founding fathers, a politician, and an economist. Born in 1757 and died 1804.

Alexander Hamilton

A portrait of Alexander Hamilton. One of our founding fathers, a politician, and an economist. Born…

"Coin of Macedonia." — Smith, 1882

Coin of Macedonia

"Coin of Macedonia." — Smith, 1882

The alexandrine parakeet is a long-tailed species, originally brought back from India by Alexander the Great.

Alexanderine Parakeet

The alexandrine parakeet is a long-tailed species, originally brought back from India by Alexander the…

"Coin of Seleucus." — Smith, 1882

Coin of Seleucus

"Coin of Seleucus." — Smith, 1882

Alexander Graham Bell's original model of the telephone reciever and transmitter.

telephone

Alexander Graham Bell's original model of the telephone reciever and transmitter.

"The fame of Theocritus, the prince of bucolic poetry, depends on his faithful pictures of natural scenery and the common Sicilian people. He is generally considered the only poet of the Alexandrean epoch whose works can rank with the brilliant Grecian songs of earlier days." — The Delphian Society, 1913

Theocritus

"The fame of Theocritus, the prince of bucolic poetry, depends on his faithful pictures of natural scenery…