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  1. HI204: 404-355 & 359-336 BCEFrom the Peloponnesian War to the Rise of Macedonia andThe reign of Philip II March 1st, 2010

  2. 404-355 BCE • What are the key issues in terms of interstate relations? • How have things changed since the Peloponnesian War?

  3. Imbros Scyros • Clazomenae • Megalopolis Cyprus    

  4. THRACE MACEDONIA Amphipolis CHERSONESE ILLYRIA Hellespont Ilion (Troy) CHALKIDIKE EPIRUS THESSALY Chaeronea Delphi Athens Sparta

  5. Stemma: family of Philip & Alexander

  6. Macedonian phalanx: sarissa

  7. Philip II, 382-336 BCEKing of Macedonia, 359-336 BCE

  8. Aegean in 359 BCE

  9. Olympias and Alexander

  10. Stemma: family of Philip & Alexander

  11. Philip II and philhellenism Aristotle of Stagira Demosthenes of Athens

  12. Growth of Macedonian power, 359-336

  13. Macedonia: Philip’s domain, 359 Illyria Epirus 358-357: takes Illyria by force; allies with Epirus by marrying Olympias, daughter of the King of the Molossians

  14. Greek conquests: Amphipolis, 357

  15. Thessaly, 353

  16. Chalkidike, 349

  17. Delphi/Phokis & Thermopylae, 346 Third Sacred War, 356-346: Philip joins the Amphiktyonic League

  18. Peace of Philocrates, 346

  19. Thrace, 342

  20. Byzantium, 339

  21. Chaeronea, 338

  22. Chaeronea, 338/7 BCE Sacred Band of 3 4 2 1

  23. Philip’s conquests, 338

  24. Aftermath of Chaeronea Lion of Chaeronea, 338/7 Athenian Decree, 337/6 Dêmokratia crowns Dêmos

  25. Philippeion, Olympia, 338 BCE • Five chryselephantine statues: • Philip King • Olympias Queen • Amyntas Father • Eurydice Mother • Alexander Son / heir Altis

  26. Philip’s conquests, 338 338: Philip marries Cleopatra, niece of Attalus, Philip’s general and overseer with Parmenion of the invasion of Persia

  27. League of Corinth (exc. Sparta, 336)

  28. Images of Alexander III of Macedon, 330 BCE – 1340 CE Lion-skin headdress, ca. 330, Cilicia Elephant scalp, ca. 310, provenance unknown Horns of Ammon, ca. 300, provenance unknown Chivalrous knight, 14th c., illustrated ms. , Jehan de Grise 4th c. BCE plaque, Vergina Bust, ca. 200 BCE, Pergamon 1st c. BCE copy of a painting from 310 BCE, Pompeii