5 edition of Philip II of Macedon found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 189-191) and index.
|Statement||compiled, edited, and translated by Alfred S. Bradford ; illustrated by Pamela M. Bradford.|
|Contributions||Bradford, Alfred S.|
|LC Classifications||DF233.8.P59 P47 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 199 p. :|
|Number of Pages||199|
|LC Control Number||92000235|
Philip II (Roman copy of a Hellenistic bust) A prominent example involves Philip II of Macedon. After invading southern Greece and receiving the submission of other key city-states, he turned his . Philip II of Macedon was a king who ruled the Ancient Greek kingdom of Macedon from to B. C.
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Study Confirms Remains as Philip II of Macedon The tomb was one of three excavated from the same mound in the late s by Greek archaeologist Manolis Andronikos. This tomb, known as Tomb II, . Philip II of Macedon was born in B.C.E. in Aegae. He was the son of King Amyntas III. He was the 18th king of Macedonia and ruled from to B.C.E. Macedon was unstable during Philip II’s youth. During an invasion by the Greek city-state of Thebes, Philip .
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This book establishes Philip’s legitimate and deserved place in military history, which, until now, has been largely minimized in favor of his son by the classicist writers who have dominated the field of ancient biography. Richard Gabriel Cited by: 3.
Philip II was surely one of the most influential figures of antiquity, turning Macedonia from a marginal state into a superpower. Unfortunately, the sources for his life are limited, so Worthington struggles to fill this book with facts and has to pad out the book Cited by: Philip II of Macedon book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Philip II of Macedon is a unique compilation of fragments of ancient 5/5(1). The central figure of the book is Philip II who ascended the throne as a young man in his early twenties after the defeat and death of his brother and six thousand Macedonians by the hostile Illyrians.
The book describes his youth, where he spent much time outside Macedonia as, in essence, a hostage. Then, the This is a good solid biography of Philip II of Macedonia.
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Inheriting a kingdom near collapse, he left to his son Alexander the strongest state in Eastern Europe. He /5. Philip II, byname Philip of Macedon, (born bce —diedAegae [now Vergina, Greece]), 18th king of Macedonia (– bce), who restored internal peace to his country and by had gained.
But what of his father, Philip II, who united Macedonia, created the best army in the world at the time, and conquered and annexed Greece. This landmark biography is the first to bring Philip to 4/5(1). Philip II of Macedon has appeared in the following books: The 48 Laws of Power, Alexander: Child of a Dream (Aléxandros, #1), The Sands of Ammon (Aléxand.
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Boone Bartholomees, Jr., Parameters: US Army War College Quarterly. “Richard Gabriel’s latest book on Philip II of Macedon is well researched, well argued, tells a good story, and is a pleasure for both scholars and general readers. His central thesis regarding Philip’s genius is /5(61).
FOND DU LAC, Wis. (PRWEB) Novem Mark Luttenberger, a retired quality assurance and lean manufacturing specialist, has completed his new book “Philip II of Macedon”: an erudite opus on the personal and tactical life of Phillip II. This book establishes Philip's legitimate and deserved place in military history, which, until now, has been largely minimized in favor of his son by the classicist writers who have dominated the field of ancient biography.
Richard Gabriel, renowned military historian, has given us the first military biography of Philip II. Philip II of Macedon is a unique compilation of fragments of ancient writings, epitomies, and passages from the orators that together form a contemporary biography of one of the most influential figures of the ancient world.
Alfred Bradford has collected, translated, and integrated all the significant classical writings about Philip II. Philip II of Macedon is a unique compilation of fragments of ancient writings, epitomies, and passages from the orators that together form a contemporary biography of one of the most Brand: ABC-CLIO, Incorporated.
Philip II of Macedon by Fotogeniss (CC BY-SA) In ancient Greece, the Three Fates (Clotho, Lacheses and Atropos) who spun, measured and cut the thread of a human life were considered an implacable force (it is written that not even Zeus, the king of the gods Author: Joshua J.
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