Best Alexander the Great sayings and Inspiring Image quotes

Alexander the Great inspiring saying
Son of Philip of Macedon, "born 356 B.C.; ascended the throne, 330; took Thebes by assault, 335; crossed the Hellespont, 334; defeated the Persians at the Granicus, took Halicarnassus, marched through Asia Minor, defeated Darius at Issus, 333; took possession of Phoenicia and Egypt; marching again against Darius, defeated a million Persians at Arbela; conquered Media and the northern and central provinces of Asia; crossed the Indus, 327, and defeated Porus; on his return died of fever at Babylon, 323

Alexander the Great inspiring saying


My father will leave me nothing to do. 

- Alexander the Great

 His father discouraged him saying he was nimble and weak. 


Men of Macedon, what a fine hero the states of Greece have to lead their armies from Europe to Asia ! he is not able to pass from one table to another without falling!

- Alexander the Great



Alexander the Great inspiring saying


There is nothing impossible to him who will try.
- Alexander the Great

I am indebted to my father for living, but to my teacher for living well.
- Alexander the Great

Heaven cannot brook two suns, nor earth two masters.
- Alexander the Great



Alexander the Great inspiring saying

Craterus is the friend of the king, but Hephaistion is the friend of Alexander.

- Alexander the Great


"Go home, and tell them that you left Alexander to conquer the world alone."

- Alexander the Great


Alexander the Great inspiring saying

So would I, if I were Parmenio.

- Alexander the Great


To Parmenio, who said that if he were Alexander, he would accept the offer of Darius to pay him ten thousand talents, to cede to him all the countries west of the Euphrates, and to give him his daughter in marriage. PLUTARCH: Life. Thus when Lysander was offered a bribe of fifty talents, and Oleander said he would take it, were he Lysander; " So would I," replied the latter, "were I Oleander."



Alexander the Great inspiring saying



Were I, not Alexander, I would be Diogenes.

- Alexander the Great


At the tomb of Achilles, Meander exclaimed, " O fortunate youth, who found a Homer to proclaim thy valour! "

- Alexander the Great

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