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1 - Busts -> -> Alexander bust small $30.49

"Alexander the Great 356; r. 336-323 was the King of Macedonia who defeated the Persian King Darius III Codomannus and conquered the Achaemenid Empire. During his campaigns, Alexander visited Egypt, Babylonia, Persia, Media, Bactria, the Punjab, and the valley of the Indus. On his way to rule his newly conquered countries, he made Babylon his capital and introduced the orient court ceremony. This caused great tensions with his Macedonian and Greek officers."
2 - Busts -> -> Alexander the Great $41.38

"Alexander the Great 356; r. 336-323 was the King of Macedonia who defeated the Persian King Darius III Codomannus and conquered the Achaemenid Empire. During his campaigns, Alexander visited Egypt, Babylonia, Persia, Media, Bactria, the Punjab, and the valley of the Indus. On his way to rule his newly conquered countries, he made Babylon his capital and introduced the orient court ceremony. This caused great tensions with his Macedonian and Greek officers."
3 - Busts -> -> Alexander the Great $41.38

"Alexander the Great 356; r. 336-323 was the King of Macedonia who defeated the Persian King Darius III Codomannus and conquered the Achaemenid Empire. During his campaigns, Alexander visited Egypt, Babylonia, Persia, Media, Bactria, the Punjab, and the valley of the Indus. On his way to rule his newly conquered countries, he made Babylon his capital and introduced the orient court ceremony. This caused great tensions with his Macedonian and Greek officers."
4 - Busts -> -> Alexander the Great $73.85

"Alexander the Great 356; r. 336-323 was the King of Macedonia who defeated the Persian King Darius III Codomannus and conquered the Achaemenid Empire. During his campaigns, Alexander visited Egypt, Babylonia, Persia, Media, Bactria, the Punjab, and the valley of the Indus. On his way to rule his newly conquered countries, he made Babylon his capital and introduced the orient court ceremony. This caused great tensions with his Macedonian and Greek officers."
5 - Busts -> -> Alexander bust Large $80.39

"Alexander the Great 356; r. 336-323 was the King of Macedonia who defeated the Persian King Darius III Codomannus and conquered the Achaemenid Empire. During his campaigns, Alexander visited Egypt, Babylonia, Persia, Media, Bactria, the Punjab, and the valley of the Indus. On his way to rule his newly conquered countries, he made Babylon his capital and introduced the orient court ceremony. This caused great tensions with his Macedonian and Greek officers."
6 - Busts -> -> Alexander the Great $93.95

"Alexander the Great 356; r. 336-323 was the King of Macedonia who defeated the Persian King Darius III Codomannus and conquered the Achaemenid Empire. During his campaigns, Alexander visited Egypt, Babylonia, Persia, Media, Bactria, the Punjab, and the valley of the Indus. On his way to rule his newly conquered countries, he made Babylon his capital and introduced the orient court ceremony. This caused great tensions with his Macedonian and Greek officers."
7 - Busts -> -> Alexander bust small $823.23

"Alexander the Great 356; r. 336-323 was the King of Macedonia who defeated the Persian King Darius III Codomannus and conquered the Achaemenid Empire. During his campaigns, Alexander visited Egypt, Babylonia, Persia, Media, Bactria, the Punjab, and the valley of the Indus. On his way to rule his newly conquered countries, he made Babylon his capital and introduced the orient court ceremony. This caused great tensions with his Macedonian and Greek officers."
8 - Busts -> -> Alexander the Great $1117.26

"Alexander the Great 356; r. 336-323 was the King of Macedonia who defeated the Persian King Darius III Codomannus and conquered the Achaemenid Empire. During his campaigns, Alexander visited Egypt, Babylonia, Persia, Media, Bactria, the Punjab, and the valley of the Indus. On his way to rule his newly conquered countries, he made Babylon his capital and introduced the orient court ceremony. This caused great tensions with his Macedonian and Greek officers."
9 - Busts -> -> Alexander the Great $1117.26

"Alexander the Great 356; r. 336-323 was the King of Macedonia who defeated the Persian King Darius III Codomannus and conquered the Achaemenid Empire. During his campaigns, Alexander visited Egypt, Babylonia, Persia, Media, Bactria, the Punjab, and the valley of the Indus. On his way to rule his newly conquered countries, he made Babylon his capital and introduced the orient court ceremony. This caused great tensions with his Macedonian and Greek officers."
10 - Busts -> -> Alexander the Great $1993.95

"Alexander the Great 356; r. 336-323 was the King of Macedonia who defeated the Persian King Darius III Codomannus and conquered the Achaemenid Empire. During his campaigns, Alexander visited Egypt, Babylonia, Persia, Media, Bactria, the Punjab, and the valley of the Indus. On his way to rule his newly conquered countries, he made Babylon his capital and introduced the orient court ceremony. This caused great tensions with his Macedonian and Greek officers."
11 - Busts -> -> Alexander bust Large $2170.53

"Alexander the Great 356; r. 336-323 was the King of Macedonia who defeated the Persian King Darius III Codomannus and conquered the Achaemenid Empire. During his campaigns, Alexander visited Egypt, Babylonia, Persia, Media, Bactria, the Punjab, and the valley of the Indus. On his way to rule his newly conquered countries, he made Babylon his capital and introduced the orient court ceremony. This caused great tensions with his Macedonian and Greek officers."
12 - Busts -> -> Alexander the Great $2536.65

"Alexander the Great 356; r. 336-323 was the King of Macedonia who defeated the Persian King Darius III Codomannus and conquered the Achaemenid Empire. During his campaigns, Alexander visited Egypt, Babylonia, Persia, Media, Bactria, the Punjab, and the valley of the Indus. On his way to rule his newly conquered countries, he made Babylon his capital and introduced the orient court ceremony. This caused great tensions with his Macedonian and Greek officers."
 
  

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