Daily Mail: Alexander the Great’s last will and testament may have been found ‘hiding in plain sight’ 2,000 years after his death
- London-based expert unearthed the his dying wishes in an ancient text
- ‘Alexander Romance’ text divulges his plans for the future of his vast empire
- It reveals his burial wishes and the beneficiaries to his vast fortune and power
- Military leaders had fought for centuries over who inherited Alexander’s land
The fabled last will and testament of Alexander the Great may have finally been discovered more than 2,000 years after his death.
A London-based expert claims to have unearthed the Macedonian king’s dying wishes in an ancient text that has been ‘hiding in plain sight’ for centuries.
The long-dismissed last will divulges Alexander’s plans for the future of the Greek-Persian empire he ruled.
It also reveals his burial wishes and discloses the beneficiaries to his vast fortune and power.