A History of Macedonia: 336-167 B.C

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Clarendon Press, 1972 - History - 654 pages
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The history of Macedonia--the most remarkable of all monarchic states--is here presented from the death of Philip II through the state's loss of independence in 167 B.C. Recent discoveries about Macedonian arts and institutions have aided the authors in recounting the impact of Alexander's career, the civil war between the generals, and the final phase of Macedonian history, the wars with Rome.
 

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Contents

THE FIRST ACTS OF ALEXANDER AND THE NATURE
3
ALEXANDER IN THE BALKAN AREA
32
ALEXANDER AND THE GREEK STATES
56
ALEXANDER AND THE MACEDONIANS
86
OF CIVIL WAR AMONG THE MACEDONIANS
95
THE CIVIL WAR AND THE SPLITTING OF
123
THE AMBITION OF ANTIGONUS THE END OF
151
SOME FEATURES OF THE TRANSITIONAL PERIOD
180
THE INTERVENTION AND THE WITHDRAWAL
400
PHILIPS EXPANSIONIST POLICY AND
411
THE DEFEAT OF THE MACEDONIAN ARMY AND
429
COLLABORATION AND SUSPICION BETWEEN
448
COLD FRIENDSHIP BETWEEN MACEDONIA AND ROME
488
THE INDECISIVE
505
THE DEFEAT OF THE MACEDONIAN STATE I 68
532
THE DISMEMBERMENT OF MACEDONIA AND
558

FROM IPSUS TO THE END OF CASSANDERS DYNASTY
199
THE YEARS OF CHAOS 2852776 B C
239
THE EARLY YEARS
259
THE NAVAL SITUATION
290
THE LAST YEARS 251239
296
DEMETRIUS II 239229 B C
317
ANTIGONUS DOSON 22Q22I B C
337
PHILIP BECOMES MASTER OF HIS COURT
367
THE CONSOLIDATION OF MACEDONIAS POWER
385
The formal relations between Macedonia
571
The chronology of the years 281276 B C
580
The battles of Cos and Andros
587
The formal relations of Macedonia and some
601
Some holdings of Perseus in Thrace
611
LIST OF DATES
618
GENERAL INDEX
629
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N. G. L. Hammond is at Clare College, Cambridge. F. W. Walbank is at Peterhouse, Cambridge.

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