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January 13 2014
Alexander the Great may have been killed by toxic wine made from a poisonous but harmless-looking plant, scientists have claimed.
The mystery of why the Greek King of Macedon, ruler of the largest empire in the ancient world, died at just 32 has baffled historians and scientists for over 2000 years.
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