He was a strong-willed person. From childhood he dreamed of military exploits. His teacher was Aristotle himself, who gave Alexander an excellent education. In his youth, Alexander commanded his father’s equestrian unit and took part in the Olympic Games. From childhood he was very quick-witted and restrained, which allowed him to perform the functions of the king of Macedonia during the absence of his father already at the age of 16. He had an adventurous temperament. Having ascended the throne, he brutally dealt with the alleged murderers of his father. The thirst for glory forced Alexander to advance on distant military campaigns. He was brave and stimulated the soldiers by personal example. But at the same time, many people fell victim to his ambitions.
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