Alexander the Great, one of the greatest conquerors of all time, never lost a battle. Before he was thirty, he had conquered most of the known world, building an empire that included the Mediterranean, most of Europe, and touched the borders of India. Alexander's legacy extended beyond his military conquests - he encouraged international trade and spread Greek culture, arts, language, philosophy and science throughout his empire. No wonder he is called Alexander 'the Great'.
Join the curious and playful Digby and his big sister Hester as they make their way through the odds and ends at Mr Rummage's stall at Knick-Knack market. Discover the wonderful little objects they pick up and enjoy the stories about the great people they belong to.
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