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1. MineSweepa - PaperChase (feat. Alexander The Great)

MineSweepa - PaperChase (feat. Alexander The Great)

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2. MineSweepa - PaperChase ft. Alexander The Great

  • Published: 2015-05-25T16:43:10Z
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MineSweepa - PaperChase ft. Alexander The Great

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3. Now I Do What I Want

Now I Do What I Want

Please Check Out This Song https://soundcloud.com/user-760849459/she-luvs-me-not-prod-by

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5. Richie Spice - Youths Dem Cold (Alexander The Great Jungle Remix)

Richie Spice - Youths Dem Cold (Alexander The Great Jungle Remix)

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6. Horrible Histories - Alexander The Great

Horrible Histories - Alexander The Great

Alexander - song from Horrible Histories series 5 Music: Richie Webb Lyrics: Dave Cohen Performed by Ben Willbond

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7. Alexander The Great (Iron Maiden) Acoustic - Nylon Maiden II

Alexander The Great (Iron Maiden) Acoustic - Nylon Maiden II

Iron Maiden song Alexander The Great arranged for Classical Guitar by Thomas Zwijsen, released on the Nylon Maiden II album. Guest musicians are Ben Woods, Matt Lehman and Nathanael Taekema.

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8. Episode Six - Punishing The Persians (Alexander The Great Pt 1).

Episode Six - Punishing The Persians (Alexander The Great Pt 1).

In this two-parter, Barbute and Lauritz talk about the conquests of Alexander the Great and the way he changed the classical world. Part one deals with the Sacking of Tyre, the numerous battles against the Persians under Darius III, as well as Alexanders army and how it operated. Feel free to follow us on twitter: https://twitter.com/NearFutureEvent https://twitter.com/StuckVisor If you're interested in joining our history crew, or have any other queries, contact us at: [email protected] Rss feed: http://feeds.soundcloud.com/users/soundcloud:users:287234553/sounds.rss

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11. Alexander the Great

Alexander the Great

Alexander the Great is one of the most celebrated military commanders in history. Born into the Macedonian royal family in 356 BC, he gained control of Greece and went on to conquer the Persian Empire, defeating its powerful king, Darius III. At its peak, Alexander's empire covered modern Turkey, Syria, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and part of India. As a result, Greek culture and language was spread into regions it had not penetrated before, and he is also remembered for founding a number of cities. Over the last 2,000 years, the legend of Alexander has grown and he has influenced numerous generals and politicians. With: Paul Cartledge Emeritus Professor of Greek Culture and AG Leventis Senior Research Fellow at Clare College, University of Cambridge Diana Spencer Professor of Classics at the University of Birmingham Rachel Mairs Lecturer in Classics at the University of Reading Producer: Victoria Brignell. Oct 01, 2015

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12. Candle Burn (ft. Alexander the Great & Adapt)

Candle Burn (ft. Alexander the Great & Adapt)

This song is dedicated to anybody who has lost a loved one. Zae Sekona Alexander the Great (Alexander Boulden) Adapt (Blake Cocoa Jordan)

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13. 047 - Alexander the Great

047 - Alexander the Great

Was he so great? Well his mom certainly thought so, and so did he! And really, when it comes right down to it, he did more by 20 than pretty much everybody since then. Lousy overachievers... Featuring a guest introduction by the podcaster who has an ENTIRE series on Alex...Jamie Redfern! Be sure to listen to his extremely well made The History of: Alexander

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14. Alexander The Great

Alexander The Great

As our first recording, The MaidenFans Band took on the mighty Alexander The Great! Music by: Paul Armstrong (USA) - Drums and Bass Guitar Rasmus Håkans (Sweden) - Production, Synth Programming Brett Knickerbocker (USA) - Vocals, Lead Guitars https://soundcloud.com/brettknickerbocker Josh Mundt (USA) - Rhythm and Lead Guitars https://animalsoup.bandcamp.com/album/lovers-leap Anselm Püvi (Estonia) - Rhythm and Lead Guitars http://www.youtube.com/user/anselm98/videos "Zare" - Rhythm and Lead Guitars

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15. 048 - Alexander the Great Part 2

048 - Alexander the Great Part 2

Who says you can't condense the life and adventures of Western Civilization's most famous conqueror into two episodes? We wind up our travels with Alexander in this, our final episode with the ancient Greeks! Oh who am I kidding. I'm sure we'll see them again at some point. But not for a while!

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16. Power and Pathos: Bronze Sculpture of the Hellenistic World: Alexander the Great on Horseback

Power and Pathos: Bronze Sculpture of the Hellenistic World: Alexander the Great on Horseback

EARL A. POWELL: Alexander the Great was one of the most daring and successful military leaders of all time. Born in Macedonia in 356 BC, he ascended to the throne at the age of 20. Voracious in his territorial appetites and undefeated in battle, he built one of the largest empires of the ancient world, ushering in a period of Greek influence and power known as the Hellenistic era. Here he’s depicted on horseback, and once brandished a sword, now lost. The drama and dynamism conveyed here typify the virtuosity of Hellenistic sculptors. Images like this one, of the youthful Alexander, captured the essence of his appeal. Professor of Art History Carol Mattusch. CAROL MATTUSCH: You see him here poised for battle, poised for the hunt. He is in a pose that is most familiar to viewers One Hellenistic ruler of Athens had 360 portraits of himself on horseback, all of these in the wake of Alexander and his prowess as a rider, as a leader and as a charismatic figure. EARL A. POWELL: His horse, Bucephalos, meaning “bull-head” in Greek, was a gift from his father. CAROL MATTUSCH: It was a killer horse, but Alexander realized that the poor thing was afraid of its shadow. And so he turned the horse away from its shadow, leapt on its back and galloped ‘til the horse was tired and calmed down. Thereafter, Bucephalus and Alexander were inseparable. EARL A. POWELL: This statuette was found in 1761 near Naples, in the ancient town of Herculaneum. It may have been a small-scale replica of the centerpiece of a much larger sculptural group created by Lysippos to commemorate the Battle of the Granikos River, Alexander’s first victory over the Persian troops. 18th century restorers later added the rudder-like buttress to support the horse.

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18. Alexander The Great FreeStyle Ft. J-Davi$

Alexander The Great  FreeStyle Ft. J-Davi$

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19. 22 (Prod. By Teddy $lick)

  • Published: 2016-01-18T08:15:51Z
  • By 5ive
22 (Prod. By Teddy $lick)

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