when i say descent of Alexander the great i mean ancestry from the ancient Macedeonians in general (you know, the ancient Greek tribe) not him personaly.Because even if he had descents today then still what would be common between him and someone who lives in *****, as long as neither his tribe nor his kingdom included your state or its people?

also I think that we have to make clear again of something.When a Greek is talking about Macedonia, he means the ancient Kingdom, which didn't even include the biggest part of *****.I think it's not the first time i explaine this fact, is there something you can not understand?

I though we already concluded that Macedonia expanded northwards during the V-IV century BC.