A brief summary of Alexander the Great
The son of King Phillip II of Macedon, educated by the philosopher Aristotle, Alexander first led troops at age 18. After his father's death he became king, destroyed the Evil Empire, Persia, and conquered much of the civilized world. In 323 BC, at age 33, he died after heavy drinking. It has been suggested he was poisoned by a rejected gay lover, of which he had many.