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    Default Alexander the Great - practicing homosexual?

    It was recorded Alexander the Great had bisexual orientation...

    But was most of his time out in his military campaign he really had affection for Hephaestus his childhood friend?


    And does he have roots in Illyria?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AGS View Post
    It was recorded Alexander the Great had bisexual orientation...

    But was most of his time out in his military campaign he really had affection for Hephaestus his childhood friend?


    And does he have roots in Illyria?
    What is wrong with some of you ?
    First there is some guy concerned about Leonardo's sexual orientation .
    Now we have Alexander the Great .
    What about Putin ? Bent as a corkscrew I hear .

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    Quote Originally Posted by AGS View Post
    It was recorded Alexander the Great had bisexual orientation...

    But was most of his time out in his military campaign he really had affection for Hephaestus his childhood friend?


    And does he have roots in Illyria?
    yes he was, (like any other male with connection to Hellenic civilization) and one for sure he had 0 connection to modern Shqiperia
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    Quote Originally Posted by litwin View Post
    yes he was, (like any other male with connection to Hellenic civilization) and one for sure he had 0 connection to modern Shqiperia
    He have some connections

    Father Philip II of Macedon
    Mother Olympias of Epirus

    Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_the_Great
    Last edited by ValmirZz; Jan 22 2012 at 01:23 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ValmirZz View Post
    He have some connections

    Father Philip II of Macedon
    Mother Olympias of Epirus

    Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_the_Great
    you are really funny guy, you believe in fairy tales. i give up
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    Quote Originally Posted by AGS View Post
    It was recorded Alexander the Great had bisexual orientation...

    But was most of his time out in his military campaign he really had affection for Hephaestus his childhood friend?


    And does he have roots in Illyria?
    it's hard to put today's sexual labels on people from another era. It was pretty common in Alexanders day for men to have sexual relations with either sex. I am not so sure they had firm 'this is homosexual, that is heteorsexual' attitudes.

    He married two women, had a long term relationship with two males that we know of...but was that any different from what most men did back in that time period? I doubt it.

    not sure what you mean about Illyria..
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    Quote Originally Posted by litwin View Post
    you are really funny guy, you believe in fairy tales. i give up
    well Valmir made a claim alexander the great has shquiptere (modern albanian) ethnic roots ...which may be a possibility...

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    Aristocratic Greeks were into that sort of thing, as any reading will tell you. Why is such an obvious point worth discussing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iolo View Post
    Aristocratic Greeks were into that sort of thing, as any reading will tell you. Why is such an obvious point worth discussing?
    do you also know Roman-Greco world based its labor from slavery?

    And you do admit the aristocrats were pan-sexualists?

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    Quote Originally Posted by litwin View Post
    you are really funny guy, you believe in fairy tales. i give up
    There is a good possibility Alexander the Great may have shqip albanian lineage and I even myself can prove it ..

    Its very interesting.

    1) Genetic tests were done by people in wales england and found direct genetic correlations of some people of wales with ethnic albanians who live in kosovo.

    The researchers were surprised and didn't know how it happened?

    So they found out Romans had sent a legion from the balkans into what is now modern day britain ...These legionaiires were foriegners from Thrace or modern day bulgaria according to roman records.

    interesting...


    another interesting fact are the genetic results of some pashtun tribesman in afghanistan and some parts of pakistan to have correlations with the same genetic resullts in macedonia and kosovo.

    pakistan and afghanistan were places alexander had gone to conquer those areas.

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