Category: Archaeology

Ancient Macedonian Cities and Settlements – Pydna

Ancient Macedonian Cities and Settlements – Pydna

Ancient Pydna lies in north Pieria, to the south of Makrygialos. The first settlement of the region, one of the most extensive settlements of the Late Neolithic period, is located to the south west of Makrygialos. The settlement presents two phases, one pre-Diminian. covering an area of approximately 75 acres and bounded by a trench system, and another contemporary with […]

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Ο τάφος του Φιλιππου Β’ στην Βεργίνα και οι ισχυρισμοί των Borza και Παλαγγιά

Διάβασα σήμερα στο αρκετά ενημερωτικό blog Το Μακεδονικό Ζήτημα σήμερα μια αναδημοσίευση άρθρου απο την εφημερίδα Έθνος της κ. Αγγελικής Κωττή. Το άρθρο είχε θέμα την αναβίωση της αμφισβήτησης εκ μέρους συγκεκριμένης, μικρής μερίδας Ιστορικών και αρχαιολόγων, με κύριους εκφραστές σήμερα, τον γνωστό Αμερικάνο Ακαδημαϊκό Eugene Borza και της Ελληνίδας Καθηγήτριας του Πανεπιστημίου Αθηνών, Αρχαιολόγου κ. Όλγας Παλαγγιάς. Ο κ. Borza και οι διφορούμενες απόψεις […]

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Sun of Vergina – A Greek symbol

Sun of Vergina – A Greek symbol

Το Αστέρι της Βεργίνας – Ένα Πανελλήνιο Σύμβολο   The Sun of Vergina is a symbol that was widely used by Ancient Greeks. It became famous due to the Macedonians who were using it as Symbol of the Argead Dynasty. -The Royal house of Macedon: The typical Sun of Vergina is a 16-pointed Sun. It can also be found in other […]

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Treaty between Philip II of Macedon and Chalcideans

Treaty between Philip II of Macedon and Chalcideans

Bottom right-hand corner of a block of local limestone, found in 1934 at Myriophyto, about three-quarters of a mile W. of Olynthus. Careless and irregular script with incised horizontal guide-lines; 0 0 X fl are smaller than the other letters. In 1. I11 (1~ has a triangle in place of an oval. Facs. Trans. Am. Phil. Ass. lxv. 104, phot. […]

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