Most of Demosthenes' major orations were directed against the growing power of KingPhilip II ofMacedon. Since 357 BC, when Philip seized Amphipolis and Pydna, Athens had been formally at war with the Macedonians.
Gold diadem that belonged to one of the wives of the Greek KingPhilip II of the Ancient Greek kingdom of Macedon who ruled from 359 BC until his assassination in 336 BC, father of Alexander the Great.
Found in Vergina (Ancient Aigai), Macedonia, GREECE pic.twitter.com/qZkW8LoChc
Can you tell us please who wrote this? And then we can discuss what was his attitude towards KingPhilip II ofMacedon and if he was, for example, the leader of the Athenian resistance against the King. pic.twitter.com/XsZ5tUnHZM
Philip III (elder half-brother of Alexander the Great) as pharaoh on a relief in Karnak. Philip III Arrhidaeus (birth name) reigned as king of Macedonia from after 11 June 323 BC until his death. He was a son of KingPhilip II ofMacedon by Philinna of Larissa. #KingTutNewspic.twitter.com/81ZloGsJ0T