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AlexandertheGreat - Surf the Web Report Chapter 4:...

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Surf the Web Report Chapter 4: Alexander the Great For this surf the web report I decided to cover a website completely devoted to providing information about Alexander the Great. The website is http://www.pothos.org . The site was created in 1994 by Thomas William-Powlett as a place to provide information about Alexander the Great, with whom he was very fascinated. The site now has many authors who contribute to the information provided. The site has two main components, one being the informational part of the site, which is where you are directed at first, but the site also has a forum for discussing Alexander the Great and other historical events. On the informational part of the site there are a list of links to the left which take you to topics such as: Alexander the Great, animals, arts and legends, battles and campaigns, books and book reviews, death, geography and culture, main characters, minor characters, movies, religion, sex, showcase, and study. Each of the links has multiple pages of information within that section on those topics, as they pertain to Alexander the Great. Under the title Alexander the Great you will find an intro of who Alexander was, but you will also find many pages on details of his life such, as who provided most of the information we have
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course HIST 1050 taught by Professor Fuhrmann during the Spring '07 term at North Texas.

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