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As a boy, his tutor was the Athenian philosopher Aristotle. Alexander was so impressed with him that, as an adult, he did not wipe out the Greeks, though he did enslave them. He retained an interest in Greek theatre after beginning his conquests. (AUDIO: Mask of Tragedy)
In May 323 BC, the First Doctor and his companions Susan Foreman, Ian Chesterton and Barbara Wright met Alexander in Babylon, ultimately being present for his death the following month. (AUDIO: Farewell, Great Macedon)
Immediately after his third regeneration, the Fourth Doctor recalled his encounter with Alexander the Great. Temporary memory loss caused him to refer to Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart as Alexander. (TV: Robot)
In the 2190s, the Eighth Doctor's former companion Lucie Miller sarcastically referred to his great-grandson Alex Campbell as "Alexander the Great" due to his willingness to attack the Dalek occupation forces in North America. (AUDIO: Lucie Miller)