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Step 5: Have students save and print their report to share with the class during Lesson Two. Since founding Alexandria was such an important achievement in Alexander’s career, the narrative seeks to place this event prior to his eastern campaigns against Darius. While in London, Hollywood songwriter/conductor Johnny Green wrote �Body and Soul� for Gertrude Lawrence. E., that would put the age of the disciples, at the time of the writing of the first gospel, at around age 60-70 and the last gospel at around age 90-100!

Pages: 32

Publisher: Raintree/Steck-Vaughn; 1 edition (April 1, 1998)

ISBN: 081726888X

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