Alexander III

Commonly known as “Alexandre the Great” or Magnus, he succeeded his father Philippe II in the throne of Macedon in 336. Immediately after, Alexander embarked on an eleven-years conquest of the Persian Empire, defeating Darius III at Granicus, Issus and Gaugamela, conquering Babylon in 331 and eventually reaching the Punjab in 325. He is attested in the Astronomical Diaries.