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Philip II’s palace at Aigai to open to the public in May

Philip II’s palace at Aigai to open to the public in May

Work is proceeding at a fast rate to prepare the magnificent palace of Aigai in the region of Imathia, northern Greece, for its opening to the public in May, with its walls restored to a height of 1.6 metres and the rich mosaics uncovered on the hall floors. The palace, constructed during the reign of Philip II (359-336 BC), father […]

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Macedonian Soldier

Nick Michael Hodges    May 15, 2010     I am writing this letter to inform Risto Stefov that there was probably no greater glory than to be a soldier of ancient Macedonia and for somebody to be a Macedonian soldier at that time he had to be a Greek or a non-Greek trained in the Macedonian Greek military warfare. […]

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