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He killed all of them, except the princess Mary whom he married. As Thomas (pg. 76) goes on to explain: “In the Alexander Romance, the scene takes place, not in the disorder of the Persian retreat, but in the palace of Darius itself, where the king, now deserted by all, lies dying. Near Saint Mary's Island he ran into a British fleet and was offered a pardon for any piratical activities. She received recognition and approval from Charles, Duke of Calabria.

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