This warrior founded the city Bucephala, named after his beloved horse who died in battle.
Ivan the Terrible
Alexander the Great
Alexander the Great. The city Alexander founded and named was on the Hydaspes River; his horse, Bucephalus, is thought to have died from injuries in the Battle of Hydaspes in 326 B.C. It is believed that the city of Jhelum in Pakistan stands where Bucephala once stood.
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