Hugo the great d. 593 BC can not have lived at the same time as Alexander the Great d. 323 BC. But this is what 'Cin of Drom Snechta(Book of Invation)' tells. Why it is so? Is it because he was a famous king and get stories from other less famous kings into his name? The second time Troja was destroyed in the Year 677 BC there was a king by the name of Alexander. The grandfather of Ugain, Duach Ladrach Fiachasson died in the year 737 BC, 140 years before Ugain died. It seems to be some doubtful things here, but what is the truth?