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Powerful rulers of ancient Macedonia?

Philip II, Alexander the Great and generally most of the Argead Dynasty from which they belonged.


Who conquered all of Greece?

Philip II and his son Alexander the Great


Who is Alexander the great's dad?

Philip the II of Macedon. Philip was the king of the Greek kingdom of Macedon. The penultimate ruler of the Argead dynasty (Alexander was the last), descending according to the legend by Hercules himself.


Is Alexander the Great the same person as Philip II?

Alexander III the Great is the son of Philip II of Macedon.


What year did Macedonia form in?

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What did Alexander the great's parents do for livng?

His father ,Philip II, was King of Macedonia, an Ancient kingdom in the northern part of the Greek peninsula. And his mother, Olumpias, was Philip's fourth wife.


Who was the leader of Macedonia who united the Greek city-states and brought peace to Greece?

Philip II and his son, Alexander the great.


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Akbar the Great was the greatest ruler of the Mughal dynasty and ruled from 1556 to 1605. Suleiman the Magnificent was the Sultan of Turkey (1520-1566) under whom the Ottoman Empire reached the height of its power. Philip II was the ruler of Spain (1556-1596). They controlled large empires at the height of their power.


Who were the famous fathers of Alexander the great?

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Philip II of Macedonia.


What was Philip II of ancient Macedonia?

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