My answer: No. No. And no. And that is because Athens and Sparta have a system in place - in fact a special way of bringing up its citizens, so they don’t act on impulse, on instinct or driven by emotions, lust and personal ambition. Alexander the Great is the opposite of all of these qualities. ...(more)
Caeser, Caeser, Julius Caeser all the way. Her was a true leader, a politician, a general, a statesman, an administrator, a ruler, a builder and a superb tactician who faced countless number of tougher opposition than Alexander ever did in all his campaigns.
Caeser had an empire, held it, expanded it and culturally ruled it. Alexander would rather sue for ...(more)