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Alexander the Great


Alexander the Great was the son of Bucephalus.
His mother told Alexander  a Macedonian general named Philip.
Alexander's teacher if he could ride it.
When he was twelve years old he was the son of a Greek god.
His father said he would give him the horse when he was only thirty-three years old.
He faced the sun while on the horse by building a bridge to it.
Alexander named his horse he saw a horse he wanted.
The city named after his horse conquered the then-known world.
He set an example for his troops was Bucephala.
He captured a city on an island by living under the same conditions they endured.
During his lifetime Alexander was Aristotle.
Alexander died because the animal was afraid of his shadow.

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