Alexander the Great Was Epitomy Charismatic Leader

As the famous Latin proverb goes, “fortune favours the bold” and all of antiquity's greatest commanders at one time or other took monumental risks – Caesar crossing the Rubicon, Hannibal crossing the Alps and Pyrrhusfighting in the thickest of the action at Heraclea.

In the end, it was these risks paying off that ensured their names became immortalised in the history books.

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