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This bibliography section of the book titled Brill's Companion to Alexander the Great contains a list of reference articles and books. Articles in the book were contributed by both veteran and fairly recent students of Alexander, residents of three continents, who thus illustrate the vitality of interest in the king as well his universal scholarly appeal. Part I of the book deals with the ancient evidence for Alexander. Part II discusses Alexander in Macedonian and Greek contexts. The military, administrative and cultural aspects of Alexander's conquest are explored in Part III. Part IV includes studies which use political, sociological and cultural perspectives to examine life in the Macedonian court and camp. Alexander's legacy, or what might be termed his objectification, forms the subject of Part V.

Keywords: Alexander's conquest; Macedonian court

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