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A History of Macedonia

Edited by N. G. L. Hammond (NHC Fellow, 1985–86) and F. W. Walbank

Ancient Greece; Macedonian Empire; Political History; Alexander the Great; Philip II of Macedon

Oxford, UK: Clarendon Press, 1988

From the publisher’s description:

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.

History / Classics / Ancient Greece / Macedonian Empire / Political History / Alexander the Great / Philip II of Macedon /

Hammond, N. G. L. (NHC Fellow, 1985–86), ed. A History of Macedonia. Edited by N. G. L. Hammond and F. W. Walbank. Oxford, UK: Clarendon Press, 1988.