Article of the Day: Hephaestion

Article of the Day:
Hephaestion

Hephaestion was a Macedonian general who supervised the foundation of cities and colonies in Bactria, central Asia, and India. He was a close friend of Alexander the Great, who called him “my Patroclus”—in reference to the friend of the Greek hero Achilles. In 324 BCE, Hephaestion married Alexander’s sister-in-law, Drypetis, but died suddenly in the same year at Ecbatana, the capital of ancient Media, in what is now northwestern Iran. How did Alexander mark Hephaestion’s death? More…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

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