Legends Of The Hidden Temple

Alexander and the Gordian Knot

Season 1, Ep 28, Aired 3/28/94
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  • Episode Description
  • The Orange Iguanas made it to The Temple with 1.5 pendents, but lost

  • Cast & Crew
  • Dee Bradley Baker

    Olmec, Announcer, Steps of Knowledge Story Voices

  • Kirk Fogg

    Guide/Host

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (1)

    • Olmec: Only one man can be called the greatest conqueror in history -- Alexander the Great. When Alexander was 20, he became king of Greece and decided to conquer Persia. On his way, he came across a wagon tied with a huge, complicated knot. It was called The Gordian Knot, and according to legend, the person who could undo it would rule all of Asia. Instead of untying it, Alexander took out his sword and cut through it in a single stroke. After defeating the Persians, he pushed on through the mountains of Afghanistan, and the deserts of Turkistan, and finally came to India. There he stopped, and thinking he had conquered the entire world, Alexander declared himself a god. On the way back to Greece, disappointed that there was nothing left to conquer, Alexander went to bed and died. Legend has it that one of his generals took The Gordian Knot, and it ended up in The Temple. Your quest is to retrieve The Gordian Knot and bring it back here. Kirk: Thank you, Olmec. So where is The Gordian Knot? Olmec: The Gordian Knot can be found in The Observatory.

    Notes (4)

    • The second Iguana finds the other half pendant in The Shrine of the Silver Monkey.

    • Known Temple Guard locations: The Throne Room and The Tomb of the Ancient Kings

    • Temple Layout: Season 1, Layout 7

    • The Gordian Knot was in The Observatory

    Trivia (1)

    • 5th time that the Orange Iguanas make it to The Temple

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