Modern Historians about Macedonia – R.M. Cook

 

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At the end of the Early Iron Age kings still reigned in Argos, Messenia, Epirus and Macedonia, and at Sparta there was the curious system of two co-regnant kings. But most Greek states were governed by aristocracies with annual magistrates of limited functions and a permanent council, whether hereditary or chosen..

“The Greeks until Alexander” by R. M. Cook 1962, p. 65

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..Macedonia and Epirus were the buffers of Greece in Europe..

“The Greeks until Alexander” by R. M. Cook 1962, p. 23

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