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Sit 07-23-2011 08:08 PM

Alexander the Great Descendants
 
Hello !
Are there living descendants of Alexander the Great ?

MagMil 07-23-2011 08:46 PM

The Descendants of Alexander the Great of Macedon - The arguments and evidence that today's Macedonians are descendants of the ancient Macedonians

‪The Kalash: Direct Descendants of Alexander the Great‬‏ - YouTube

this is a BBC documentary about The Kalash.They and the Hunza people is assume that they are Direct descendants of Alexander of Macedonia (The Great).Before 3 years ago( in 2008) the Hunza people and their Prince and Princess, were to visit Macedonia,the homeland of Alexander III Macedonian :smile:
article
https://www.povardarska-eparhija.org....=415&Itemid=32
here is translation of one link that I found
here is the first part
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E9o07...eature=related

here is a site from wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burusho_people

https://www.macedonianlit.com/pdfs/re...he%20Great.pdf

Sit 07-23-2011 09:46 PM

Plutarch, Callisthenes and other authors have no data for the murder of the son of Alexander and Rodoguna. It's true that the killers of Alexander sons have missed one and this is precisely Rodoguna son .In Bulgaria there is a whole mountain bearing her name . Bud Bulgarian princes in Babylon ...ridiculous .

Meraude 07-26-2011 02:54 AM

Alexander the Great had only one legitime offspring (with princess Roxana of Bactria), Alexander IV of Macedon, and he was murdered at the age of 13. As far as I know there were no illegitime offspring either, so there are probably no decendants of Alexander.

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Originally Posted by Sit (Post 1291239)
Plutarch, Callisthenes and other authors have no data for the murder of the son of Alexander and Rodoguna. It's true that the killers of Alexander sons have missed one and this is precisely Rodoguna son .In Bulgaria there is a whole mountain bearing her name . Bud Bulgarian princes in Babylon ...ridiculous .

If Rodoguna is the same person as Roxana of Bactria, then she was an Asian princess (from an area that now is approximately Afghanistan), and after the death of Alexander she and her son went to Macedonia in Europe.

Sit 07-26-2011 05:55 AM

Some authors write that after his return to Babylon Alexander he took four more wives.
One of them is Rodoguna...
Bible also says that there is a living descendant but nothing more.The only way forward is artifacts or to make a translation of names - Nimrod of the old Bulgarian means Nim = His rod = family . The name Rodoguna same root . And again, nonsense . Nimrod has no descendants in Babylon !
From here thousands of questions - Who is Melchizedek, and why not mentioned anywhere pedigree ?
The mountain in Bulgaria Rodopa a telltale signature Rodopa = Rodoguna ! - GUNA is a feature of oriental languages, PA is a hellenistic.Rodopi is inhabited by the Thracian tribe of Bessi From there I can safely make their parallel - Rodoguna is a Thracian princess !
The tale of "Beauty and the Beast" in the Bulgarian version is "Dragon's wedding" legend for centuries . All written probably means that the descendants of Alexander the Great and it is much more than ancient times .

sardar Aurangzeb 01-24-2016 02:37 PM

decendent of Alexander the great
 
i have written a book which is yet to publish soon with titled kralall the sons of Edomite kings and Alexander the great with dna y haplogroup kit no 69059 R2 with RL 124 and haplogroup 295 plus kralall tribe lives ind District Abottabad kpk Pakistan.
kral sha came to subcontinent in 1200 AD in the reign of Iltutmash in Delhi from
Anatolia.
In the family tree kral sha is the grand grand son of Easu (Edom) bin Hazrat ISSAC PBUH twin brother of Hazrat yaqub (Jacob) PBUH and Alexander the great.

kral mean king and all mean sons therefore the sons of kral are called princes or sardars and they are holding their family tree from centuries and even their small child claim to be a son of Skander e Azam mean Alexander the great.
Therefore the royal people never put the wrong family tree which has been proved corect with DNA y haplgroup and correlated with the truth stories of elders of the family.

noman 05-17-2017 07:39 PM

Looking for Alexander The Great Family Tree
 
Hey everyone,

I am looking for the family tree of Alexander The Great. Is it possible to get it?

Thank you!

noman 05-17-2017 07:53 PM

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Originally Posted by sardar Aurangzeb (Post 1858512)
i have written a book which is yet to publish soon with titled kralall the sons of Edomite kings and Alexander the great with dna y haplogroup kit no 69059 R2 with RL 124 and haplogroup 295 plus kralall tribe lives ind District Abottabad kpk Pakistan.
kral sha came to subcontinent in 1200 AD in the reign of Iltutmash in Delhi from
Anatolia.
In the family tree kral sha is the grand grand son of Easu (Edom) bin Hazrat ISSAC PBUH twin brother of Hazrat yaqub (Jacob) PBUH and Alexander the great.

kral mean king and all mean sons therefore the sons of kral are called princes or sardars and they are holding their family tree from centuries and even their small child claim to be a son of Skander e Azam mean Alexander the great.
Therefore the royal people never put the wrong family tree which has been proved corect with DNA y haplgroup and correlated with the truth stories of elders of the family.

I am rajput chauhan. According to the book Tareek e Gujjar, Alexander III was the descendant of Easu son of Issac son of Prophet Abraham (PBUH). Moreover, book says Prithviraj Chauhan was also the descendant of Alexander the great.

Is it true?

Alexander III body hasn't been found yet, so it's difficult to get the ancient Macedonian DNA.

What do you think?

norenxaq 05-18-2017 02:40 AM

one should be sceptical of connecting any non-biblical family, esp. famous ones to anyone in the bible. as for your book, it may have been written when such connections were standardly made

it should be readily available online. however, be sure it's from a site that is properly sourced

noman 05-18-2017 02:00 PM

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Originally Posted by norenxaq (Post 1986286)
one should be sceptical of connecting any non-biblical family, esp. famous ones to anyone in the bible. as for your book, it may have been written when such connections were standardly made

Al Biruni in his book: Chronology of Ancient Nations, stated that Alexander The Great is Edomite from Esau son of Prophet Issac (PBUH). The same story is written by Pakistani historians with the family tree of Alexander The Great back to Prophet Adam (PBUH). I haven't find any credible European sources claiming that Alexander The Great had any living descendant. Not sure, but I am still trying to figure out.

davidjward 11-18-2017 11:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Sit (Post 1291208)
Hello !
Are there living descendants of Alexander the Great ?

It is entirely possible that Alexander the great took many women in his campaigns and there is no way to tell how many children he had in his travels.

Alexander the great had different color eyes.

lemmy 08-31-2018 02:29 AM

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Originally Posted by davidjward (Post 2038029)
It is entirely possible that Alexander the great took many women in his campaigns and there is no way to tell how many children he had in best fish tank filter for goldfish.

Alexander the great had different color eyes.

Wow, I didn't know that!

Thasibuan77 12-18-2018 01:53 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sardar Aurangzeb (Post 1858512)
i have written a book which is yet to publish soon with titled kralall the sons of Edomite kings and Alexander the great with dna y haplogroup kit no 69059 R2 with RL 124 and haplogroup 295 plus kralall tribe lives ind District Abottabad kpk Pakistan.
kral sha came to subcontinent in 1200 AD in the reign of Iltutmash in Delhi from
Anatolia.
In the family tree kral sha is the grand grand son of Easu (Edom) bin Hazrat ISSAC PBUH twin brother of Hazrat yaqub (Jacob) PBUH and Alexander the great.

kral mean king and all mean sons therefore the sons of kral are called princes or sardars and they are holding their family tree from centuries and even their small child claim to be a son of Skander e Azam mean Alexander the great.
Therefore the royal people never put the wrong family tree which has been proved corect with DNA y haplgroup and correlated with the truth stories of elders of the family.

Hi there...we have document lineage from iskandar, alexander the great
We are small kingdom in indonesia, called huristak kingdom (the nane of huristak come from oriestak n come from orissa in india), n join indonesia in 1947

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Originally Posted by Meraude (Post 1292269)
Alexander the Great had only one legitime offspring (with princess Roxana of Bactria), Alexander IV of Macedon, and he was murdered at the age of 13. As far as I know there were no illegitime offspring either, so there are probably no decendants of Alexander.

How about this

Family of Achaeus I + and Aesopia OF MACEDONIA

In sumatra we told the we are cone from princess aesopia (daughter of akexander n roxanne)

We have sone document that keep from old tines before

Friedrich Karl II 12-18-2018 01:13 PM

There is not any sure way to know has Alexander the Great descendants still in nowadays or not. It is always difficult to say that about any certain person of Antiquity. Even European royals and noble houses can't trace themselves much beyond of Charlemagne and even then I would be very careful when checking such family trees. There is exist project called as "Descent from Antiquity" but even that is very unsure. It is very difficult if not impossible trace some certain person to certain Antiquity person.


Personally I think that it is possible that AtG produced descendants in his war trips but it is another thing has them any descendant in modern day. It is thing where to we hardly ever can know answer.

norenxaq 12-19-2018 12:41 AM

there is no legitimate dfa from alexander

note: I have done extensive research on dfas

Sherpasquidz 02-06-2019 03:16 PM

My mother was doing some ancestry research over the summer last year and discovered we are related to Alexander the great as well as a few other lords, and dukes.

Friedrich Karl II 02-07-2019 01:05 AM

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Originally Posted by Sherpasquidz (Post 2194937)
My mother was doing some ancestry research over the summer last year and discovered we are related to Alexander the great as well as a few other lords, and dukes.


It is possible to be relative of some lords and dukes but I doubt strongly that she or anyone can find any evidences about relatioships with Alexander the Great. I would advise her checking her sources again.

Osipi 02-07-2019 01:26 AM

You go back far enough and you'll find amazing things. Related and descent by DNA are two different things. Where you're from genetically could lead anywhere and the further back you go, we're *all* related genetically somewhere down the line. Just need to find it.

This is weird but I was adopted at 3 weeks old and did a DNA test about a year ago. Turns out my ancestry pinpointed my DNA pointed to the exact area of my adopted dad. He couldn't father children but we probably had close ancestors in common. I wear my claddagh proudly even more.

I also know that where we came from doesn't matter. Its where we're going that does. I love my studies of ancient cultures and how they came about but its fantastic also to share finding out what my body tells me now so that my children have a medical history.

My family tree began biologically from me as the mom's side of things and it's important to talk about health issues. Did you know that bunions are hereditary? :biggrin:

Sherpasquidz 02-07-2019 01:55 AM

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Originally Posted by Friedrich Karl II (Post 2194993)
It is possible to be relative of some lords and dukes but I doubt strongly that she or anyone can find any evidences about relatioships with Alexander the Great. I would advise her checking her sources again.

It's possible you are correct I have to look at her total research again whole reason I found this forum was researching into him. But I'm at work and started thinking about it and thought well maybe i was looking at the wrong Alexander even. But she did say he was the only king to be called the great so I'm not sure.

Sherpasquidz 02-07-2019 01:57 AM

But have been quite interested in finding out more. She had dropped a couple pretty big names. Just didnt describe what type of relation we had with any of em.


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