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Conqueror

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The Conqueror.

Alexander the Great. The conqueror of the world. (B.C. 356, 336–323.)

Alfonso of Portugal. (1094, 1137–1185.)

Aurungzebe the Great. Alemgir. The most powerful of the great Moguls. (1618, 1659–1707.)

James I. of Aragon. (1206, 1213–1276.)

Othman or Osman I. Founder of the Turkish power. (1259, 1299–1326.)

Francisco Pizarro. Conquistador. So called because he conquered Peru. (1475–1541.)

William, Duke of Normandy. So called because he obtained England by conquest. (1027, 1066–1087.)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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