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There is no way to know because there are no records of his birthdate.
Alexander the Great held the title of Archistrategos (Supreme Commander), which was granted to him at the Second Corith Congress. He also was a king of Macedon. He could not bear the toitle of "imperator" which was a Roman title.
Note that an empire isn't necessarily ruled by an emperor. When historians describe Alexander's conquests as an "empire", it is at least partly in reference to the fact that he subjugated many nations and countries under his central authority. Alexander was definitely an "emperor in the sense that he was a ruler of this polity. Since the word "emperor" ...
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