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- Story of the Celts: The Ancient Celts
- The Ancient Celts [ 8 ] What is surprising to most modern readers is just how widespread across Europe the Celts once were. The Celts have been called the "Fathers of Europe," that is north of the Greco-Roman Mediterranean. Long before the Germanic...
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- From Agape to Praxis: The Fourfold Nature of Love
- It is said that one can tell what a culture knows best by counting the number of words their language uses to describe a concept. Eskimos have many words for snow and the classical Greeks had many words for love. I have isolated four Greek words that I feel...
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Suggested Pdf Resources
- “Herodotus on Alexander I of Macedon: A Study in Some Subtle. Silences.” In Hornblower 1994b, 107–30.
- Herodotus, Histories
- Herodotus there discusses and contrasts with “barbarian” cultures (“barbarian” meaning non-Greek .
- Herodotus Reader
- Annotated Passages from Herodotus' Histories . 1.5.
- Catalogue of Greek coins in the British Museum. Macedonia, etc.
- Thrace-Macedonian tribes, and of the Kings of Macedon who pre- ceded Philip II. ..
- Fish Eating Horses in Macedonia, Long Before Christ: Was
- just as Herodotus and other ancient authors mentioned above had claimed. ..
Suggested Web Resources
- 15) GREEK CLAIM: The speech of Alexander I when he was
- I am Alexander of Macedon." (Herodotus, The Histories, 9.45).
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- Macedon Herodotus articles, reference materials. Need more on Macedon Herodotus? We suggest these original texts: The Story of Macedon Herodotus roots.
- Although King Archelaus moved the capitol to the city of Pella in the fourth century BCE., Aegae remained the ceremonial capital of Macedon.