The prose life of Alexander

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The Prose Life of Alexander.No notesIndex
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1: LIFE OF ALEXANDERNo notesIndex
2: Anectanabus's flight from the Persians. He greets Olympias.No notesTranslate
3: He would lie as a god with the young Queen.No notesTranslate
4: As a god he knows her, begets Alexander, beshields her.No notesTranslate
5: He makes Philip dream that she by a god conceives her saviour.1 noteTranslate
6: Amid wonders the child is born.No notesTranslate
7: The child is named Alexander ; his wondrousness.No notesTranslate
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King Philip's death and burial. Alexander's harangue.2 notesReview
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Letters of Darius and Alexander.No notesReview
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Darius' mother. Alexander's vision. 45No notesReview
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The Brahmins to Alexander. Greek errors. 83No notesIndex
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Alexander on the worthlessness of Brahmin austerity. 85No notesTranslate
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Dindimus to Alexander. Of the goodly ways of the Brahmins. 87No notesIndex
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