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CLCV 1002A - Nov. 13-Nov. 20, 2012.rtf

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Department
Classical Civilization
Course
CLCV 1002
Professor
All Professors
Semester
Fall

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CLCV 1002ANov 1320 2012Philip of Macedon and Alexander the GreatMacedonfringe region often assaulted by tribescontrolled by rural barons who ruled from fortified villagesking was weak had little powersupplied majority of metals to Greecehad very good cavalryPhilip IIone regent named Philip became king of Macedonwas trained by Epaminondasremade army two sets of troops phalanx with wedge formation effective against cavalryoone infantry with long spears in backoone with short spears in frontimproved culture of statecrushed outlying tribescreated richest and most powerful state in Greeceoinvaded Greece beginning with ThessalyoAthenians became subordinate allies of MacedonoDemosthenes important rhetorical speaker led side that promoted taking up against MacedonoIsocrates other politician argued that supporting Macedon would allow it to overthrow Persians
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