I can agree on Patton. But seriously, where the hell did you find that piece of information?
Nothing in his way of being except maybe the tales of his sexual escapades radiate any STP.
There is no man, woman, animal or inanimate object that I have read so much about and of than Gaius Julius Caesar.
I love ESTPs, but he was not one. Read Commentarii de Bello Gallico and at least some of his correspondence.
An easy way to do that without going to Rome is to read Colleen McCullough's "Masters of Rome" series.
It is highly historically accurate, and the letters - which are frequent - are translations of real correspondence.
Just a suggestion. The guy reeks of ENTJ more than anyone. Napoleon was weakly ENTJ in comparison.
Alexander the Great could indeed have been an ENTP, but he could have been a pink, dancing banana trombone with unicorn stew as well.
Written sources from that time period are hardly reliable as he is almost a legend.
Do you know he was also "shining" and sort of superhuman in all of his endeavors etc yadayadayada?
Clear case of emperor altering history. He obviously had very competent personnel at his disposal, as well as incredibly good advisors.
Well, maybe not Hephaistos and his drinking/fuckbuddies by and large...
But... I can't remember the name of that brilliant military engineer... Hmmph.
Anyway. The best a surprise conquering of the Greek peninsula, mercenaries and conquered cultures could muster.
He could have been anything. He was probably something, though...
But if anything, he was a figurehead. One with an understanding of tactics and strategy...
But that little extra probably came from his unique mix of specialists.