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Philip

1. Philip the Arab - Roman Emperor Philip the Arab
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2. Philip the Arab (244-249 A.D.) Roman Emperor Philip the Arab
Philip the Arab was a Roman emperor from 244-249 A.D.
3. Philip II, Greece, ancient history
Philip II of Macedonia (382-336BC) King of Macedonia and father of Alexander the Great, Philip was born in Pella as the youngest son of king Amyntas...
4. Philip the Apostle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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5. Caranus (son of Philip II) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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6. Caranus (son of Philip II) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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7. Category:Courtiers of Philip II of Macedon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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8. Category:Philip II of Macedon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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9. Philip_the_Arab
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10. Philip_of_Thessalonica
Wikipedia (en)
11. Boys' and Girls' Plutarch: From the Life of Titus Flamininus, The Conqueror of Philip
From the Life of Titus Flamininus, The Conqueror of Philip, by Plutarch and adapted for children by John S. White.
12. Philip II of Macedon
Philip of Macedonia was the father of Alexander the Great.
13. Andrea Philipp - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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14. Χάρτης Ξ§Ξ±ΟŠΞ΄Ξ±ΟΞΉΞΏΟ…- ΞΏΞ΄ΞΉΞΊΟŒΟ‚ χάρτης Χαϊδαρι
ΞŸΞ΄ΞΉΞΊΟŒΟ‚ χάρτης Ξ§Ξ±ΟŠΞ΄Ξ±ΟΞΉΞΏΟ… το Χαϊδαρι ΒρίσκΡται κοντά στην Αγία Βαρβάρα ΑιγάλΡω ΞΊΞ±ΞΉ...
15. filip II av makedonien, grekland, antik historia
Filip II av Makedonien (382-336fKr) Kung av Makedonien och far till Alexander den Store, Filip II föddes i Pella och var den yngste sonen till...
16. Antipater, Greece, ancient history
Antipater Macedonian general, who lived during the 4th century BC. He was one of Philip II's closest men, and during Alexander's rule he was the...
17. Olympias, Greece, ancient history
Olympias (4th century BC) King Philip II of Macedonias wife, mother of Alexander the Great and sister of the king of Epirus, Olympias was known both...
18. Cornelius Nepos: Lives of Eminent Commanders (1886) pp. 305-450
titus pomponius atticus, marcus porcius cato, john selby, high commissions, pelopidas, military achievements, alcibiades, king philip, lysander,...
19. Major Greek Events Timeline
darius king of persia battle of issus philip of macedon king of persia battle of marathon: Timeline of 19 Greek political events
20. Homeschooling Classical History
constantine sole emperor, caesar rubicon, ann zeise, darius king of persia, meteorite shower, battle of issus, jugurthine wars, philip of macedon,...
21. Meander (art) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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22. Laodice of Macedonia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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23. Oreus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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24. Omphalos (disambiguation) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

25. Festus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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26. Pleuratus
Wikipedia (en)
27. Olympias
Olympias
28. Alexander the Great Quiz
Alexander the Great Quiz
29. Today is the Birthday of Alexander the Great
Today is the Birthday of Alexander the Great
30. Recent Glossary Entries
Recent Glossary Entries
31. Anaxagoras(?) Papyrus
Anaxagoras(?) Papyrus
32. Lessons From the Past
Lessons From the Past
33. Golden Compass - Daemon
Golden Compass - Daemon
34. An Ancient Greek Writer Who Was Pro-Democracy
An Ancient Greek Writer Who Was Pro-Democracy
35. BBC - History - Ancient History in depth: Alexander the Great: Hunting for a New Past
Professor Paul Cartledge searches for the man behind the legend.
36. Cleopatra, Greece, ancient history
Cleopatra (d. 309 BC) The only full sibling of Alexander the Great. Cleopatra was married to her uncle, Olympias' brother, and at the wedding her...
37. An Apology for Poetry - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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38. Parmenion (poet) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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39. Alexander the Great - Youth - Biography of the young Alexander the Great
The young Alexander the Great. Biography of the young Alexander of Macedon, son of Philip, who conquered the world around him (into India on one end...
40. Luke - KJV Gospel According to Luke Chapter 3
tiberius caesar pontius pilate generation of vipers baptism of repentance ancient judaism: Etext of the Gospel According to Luke.
41. Demosthenes Texts
callippus callicles phormio neaera conon: English translations of Demosthenes
42. Jason of Pherae - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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43. Battles: Greeks and Persians
Greek wars, campaigns, and battles, concentrating on the Persian and Peloponnesian Wars.
44. Battles: Greeks and Persians
Greek wars, campaigns, and battles, concentrating on the Persian and Peloponnesian Wars.
45. Battles Between the Greeks and Persians and Among the Greeks -- Peloponnesian War
Greek wars, campaigns, and battles, concentrating on the Persian and Peloponnesian Wars.
46. Battles Between the Greeks and Persians and Among the Greeks -- Peloponnesian War
Greek wars, campaigns, and battles, concentrating on the Persian and Peloponnesian Wars.
47. Battles Between the Greeks and Persians and Among the Greeks -- Peloponnesian War
Greek wars, campaigns, and battles, concentrating on the Persian and Peloponnesian Wars.
48. Antipater of Macedonia
Antipater was one of the first to acknowledge Alexander as king of the Macedonians after the death of Alexander's father Philip.
49. Chaeronea - Battle of Chaeronea
Chaeronea was a decisive victory for Philip and defeat for the independent Greek poleis.
50. Bucephalus - Horse of Alexander the Great - Bucephalus
Glossary identification of Bucephalus. When Alexander the Great's horse Bucephalus died, Alexander named a city for it -- Bucephala.
51. Olympias - Mother of Alexander the Great Olympias
Olympias was the mother of Alexander the Great.
52. Rome A.D. 235-284
Article on the importance of the chaotic years of the Roman Empire for the history of Rome, by Vel L. Garnett.
53. Hipparchus of Euboea - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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54. Middle Comedy
A brief description of middle Greek comedy.
55. League of Corinth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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56. League of Corinth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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57. Neoptolemus II of Epirus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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