Alexandria in Antiquity
A skinny, slightly hunched, unhealthy looking man with razor sharp eyes and a stiff lip.
An outspoken critic of both Alexander and his father, he faced death for his inciting his home of Athens to revolt against their Macedonian masters. Death came to him, but with the kiss of an admirer of his rhetorical skills he found new opportunities. Fleeing Athens, he made his way to the young city in hopes of taking advantage of its’ potential and push for its’ taking up the torch he felt Athens had dropped.