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Alexander the Great
Research Paper Proposal
Course Number: SS183
Topic: Alexander the Great
Provisional Thesis: Alexander the Great had created new realities of power in barely a dozen years as king of Macedon. To the kings of Egypt, the dynasty of the Ptolemies, Alexander was a symbol of power and authority by laying down foundations of the new Greek world.
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