Philip V of Macedon
Cambridge University Press, 19/12/2013 - 404 páginas
Frank William Walbank (1909-2008) was a renowned ancient historian and classicist. In this book, which was formed from The Hare Prize Essay for 1939 and first published in 1940, Walbank presents a detailed discussion of the reign of Philip V of Macedon. The text was intended to break fresh ground 'with a study of Philip, not solely as a figure in the history of Roman imperialism, but, as far as is feasible, from the aspect of Macedon itself'. Illustrative figures, a comprehensive bibliography and appendices are also included. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in the writings of Walbank and the Hellenistic period.
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Introduction I The Realm of Macedon I
the Romans against Antio
the Recovery of Macedon
A Short Survey of the Sources
Notes on the Army under Philip V
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Acarnanians Achaean Achaean League Acilius Aenus Aetolians alliance allies Amynander annalistic Antigonus Antiochus Antiochus’s Aous Apelles Appian Aratus Aratus’s Argos army Athamania Athens attack Attalus autumn Aymard Baebius battle Beloch Boeotia campaign Chalcis Chios Corinth Cynoscephalae Dardanians defeat Demetrius difﬁculty Diod Doson embassy envoys Epirotes Epirus expedition ﬁgure ﬁnally ﬁrst Flamininus Flamininus’s ﬂeet force frontier garrison Greece Greek Hannibal Holleaux hypaspists Illyrian inﬂuence inscription invasion king Kromayer Laevinus Larisa League Livy Livy’s Lysimacheia Maced Macedon Macedonian Maronea Meanwhile Messenia Nabis Naupactus naval Niese peace Pella Peloponnese peltasts Pergamum Perseus Philip Philocles Philopoemen Phocis Phthiotic Plut Polyb Polybius Polybius’s probably raid ravaging returned Rhodes Rhodian Roman Rome Sanctis Scerdilaidas Senate Senate’s sent siege Sparta spring Stahlin Sulpicius summer Syll Symmachy Tarn Thebes Thessalian Thessaly Thrace Thracian towns treaty VIII Walbank winter XVIII XXIX XXXI XXXIII XXXIX XXXV XXXVI