The world was not enough


Hermes-type bust (pillar with the top as a scu...

Hermes-type bust (pillar with the top as a sculpted head) of Alexander the Great called Hermes Azara. Bears the inscription: "Alexander Great, son of Philip, of Macedonia." Copy of the Imperial Roman Era (1st or 2nd century CE) of a bronze sculpture made by Lysippos. Found in Tivoli, East of Rome, Italy. Pentelic marble, region of Athens. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

“A tomb now suffices him for whom the whole world was not sufficient. ”
Alexander The Great

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