Alexander the Great to Conquer Sydney in November

On the 11th of June 323 BC, Alexander died  at the young  age of 32. He earned the name “The Great” due to his fame as never having lost a battle as a military leader. Physically, Alexander  even by Macedonian standards was very short, though stocky and tough.  His neck was in some way twisted, so that he appeared to be gazing upward at an angle. His eyes (one blue, one brown) revealed a dewy, feminine quality. He had a high cheebones and a harsh voice.  Come and see over 4,000 objects from the life of “Alexander  The Great”  this November at the Australian Museum. The largest exhibition ever seen in Australia directly from the State Hermitage in Russia.  

Alexander the Great to Conquer Sydney in November