Macedonian War


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Noun1.Macedonian War - one the four wars between Macedonia and Rome in the 3rd and 2nd centuries BC, which ended in the defeat of Macedonia and its annexation as a Roman provinceMacedonian War - one the four wars between Macedonia and Rome in the 3rd and 2nd centuries BC, which ended in the defeat of Macedonia and its annexation as a Roman province
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Raleigh begins his great book with the Creation and brings it down to the third Macedonian war, which ended in 168 B.
The conquering Romans and defeated Greeks talked past each other with lethal results for Greeks "liberated" after the Second Macedonian War (196 BCE; libertas vs.
And we must bear this in mind, as we consider the events leading to the outbreak of the Third Macedonian War (106).
His relations with the Roman authorities as hipparch of the Achaean League, in 170/69 BC, during the Third Macedonian War, were true to these principles.
The book's first three chapters are short and readable accounts of Philip's personality, his strategic environment, and the Macedonian war machine.
Gruevski explained his worry regarding BDI's "triumphalism" in regards to these social packages, as a new organization of Macedonian war veterans was formed in that period that could have reacted fiercely and because pressure could also come from then-coalition partner PDSH," reads the document published by "Wikileaks".
Principal wars: Second Macedonian War (200-196); war for Argos (195); Aetolian War (193-192).
Taken as a hostage by the Romans in the Third Macedonian War, Polybius, a Greek statesman of prominence, became a tutor to the young Publius Scipio Aemilianus and his brothers.
As a leader in Achaean politics, be was denounced as "unfriendly" to the Romans after the Third Macedonian War [168 BC], even though be generally supported or, at most, maintained a neutral stance towards his country's conquerors, whom be admired.
Principal wars: Second Punic War (219-202); Second Macedonian War (200-196).
After its revolt from the second Athenian League (357), it was independent and became an ally of Rome at the time of the Third Macedonian War.