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The Professor Diane Touliatos Endowed Annual Lecture in Greek Historical Studies. . Alexander the Great: The True Face of a Hero. . Presented by Professor Standis Apostolidis, Ionios School, Athens, Greece. . Reception: 7 p.m.; Lecture: 7:30 p.m.. . Monday, August 29, 2022, Century Room A, Millennium Student Center. . University of Missouri-St. Louis. . This event is free and open to the public!. . . . “Every era has its own Alexander”!. . . . Over the centuries, historians’ views of Alexander the Great have oscillated from the extreme positive, a sort of bright star illuminating the world, to extreme negative, a black hole of destruction. On the one hand, Alexander has been presented as a hideous and degenerate warlord, thirsty for power and obsessed with the idea that he was a god, a force of darkness bringing death and destruction wherever he went. On the other, he has been seen as a brave visionary of a new civilized world, in which people live in peace and prosperity, without national or racial discrimination.
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