"Greater Than Alexander" by Philip Martin
Dimensions: 8.5" x 11"
Sepia Ink on Newsprint
This is possibly the most important man in Ancient Greece, Philip II of Macedon. He was the father of Alexander the Great, and brought the Great Philosophers, such as Aristotle, to the forefront of greek society and thought. He revolutionized the military, the economy, trade, diplomacy, and education in a single lifetime by building a large, fair, and logical network of individuals.