Reenactments create the life and accomplishments of Alexander the Great (356-323 B.C.), Macedonian king who never lost a battle. Reflects on Aristotle's influence, Alexander's military genius, and his still-felt influence from the Aegean Sea to Afghanistan. His defeat of the Persian Empire and the construction of the city of Alexandria mark two of his greatest feats. Dead at 33, Alexander remains one of history's greatest conquerors. Questions and activities offered.