Now I know that many don't believe that any of the ATG coins depicting Herakles are of Alexander as Herakles. I may sound like a broken record, but from other coins depicting Alexander, frescos and busts I strongly feel that certainly some of these types are of the living God himself. For me it comes down to two things: 1- The chromagnum brow of Alexander. He has a purpetualy furrowed brow. And I don't think it's due to the worries of being ruler of most of the known world (or due to his massive Macedonian hangover!). He just appears to have high/thick brow bones. (Baaaad movie, I know) 2- Those perpetually almost pursed plump lips. It's like he is constantly saying, "Look out ladies (or Hephaestion) these lips are ready for some kisses!" At least those areas, and his hair when applicable, are what make me go, yep, that's the man I named one of my sons after. Am I sold that this coin depicts Alexander III? I'm not. But it's more due to the uniqueness of the coin and the uncertain mint. Anyway, it's listed in the description so I left it. Check him out! Macedonian Kingdom. Alexander III the Great. 336-323 B.C. AE 20 (19.5 mm, 5.74 g). Uncertain mint in Western Asia Minor, ca. 323-310 B.C. Head of Alexander the Great as Hercules right, wearing the lion-skin headdress / ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ, bow in bow-case above and club, the weapons of Hercules; torch in field below. And since I've had this meme sitting in my saved folder for a while I may as well drop it in you all right... About... Now! So please post your favorite bronze Alexanders, thoughts, opinions, jokes and anything that conquers your kingdoms!