Philip of Macedon / edited by Miltiades B. Hatzopoulos, Louisa D. Loukopoulos.

; Chatzopoulos, Miltiadēs V ; Loukopoulou, Louiza D
Athens : Ekdotike Athenon, 1980.

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Other Title Philippos, Vasileus Makedonōn.
Other Authors Chatzopoulos, Miltiadēs V.
Loukopoulou, Louiza D.
Subjects Biografias -- Grécia antiga;macedônia.
Europe -- Macedonia.
Greece -- Kings and rulers -- Biography.
História antiga -- Grécia antiga;macedônia.
Kings and rulers.
MacedÔnia (HistÓria)
Macedonia -- Kings and rulers -- Biography.
Philip II, King of Macedonia, 382 B.C.-336 B.C.
Philip II, King of Macedonia, 382-336 B.C.
Philip Ii, King Of Macedonia, 382-336 B.C.
Description 254 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 29 cm
Copyright Date 1980.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (page 235) and index.
Contents Early Macedonia / Charles Edson -- The unification of Macedonia / J.R. Ellis -- The coinage of Philip and the Pangaion mines / Georges le Rider (trad. B. Phelps) -- Philip as a general and the Macedonian army / G.T. Griffith -- Philip and the Amphictyonic League / George Cawkwell -- Philip and Macedonia's northern neighbors / Harry J. Dell -- Philip and Athens / George Cawkwell -- Philip and the southern Greeks: strength and weakness / M.B. Sakellariou (trad. D. Hardy) -- Panhellenism: from concept to policy / M.B. Sakellariou (trad. M. Caskey) -- Macedonia under Philip / J.R. Ellis -- The end of Philip / N.G.L. Hammond -- Philip's personality / Pierre Lévéque (trad. B. Phelps) -- The royal tombs at Aigai (Vergina) / Manolis Andronikos (trad. D. Hardy).
Genre Biography.
Geographic Area Greece
Network Numbers (OCoLC)7150214
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat


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