Diodorus Siculus on Fate and Philip of Macedon
Diodorus Siculus, the 1st century BCE historian, took great pride in precision of description but, even so, could not refrain...
Diodorus Siculus: The Battle of Chaeronia
In the following excerpt from his Library of History, Book XVI, chapter 14, the historian Diodorus Siculus (1st century...
Fortifications of Amphipolis
Remains of the 5th century BCE fortifications at Amphipolis, northern Greece.
Greecetaxi | Virtual Tours - Macedonia | Pella & Aegae
Pella & Aegae - Macedonian Capitals Macedonia is a geographical and historical region of the Balkan peninsula in southeastern...
A scene depicting the Greek phalanx composed of heavily armed hoplite warriors.
Hephaestion was a member of Alexander the Great's personal bodyguard and the Macedonian king's closest and lifelong...
House of Dionysos at Pella, Macedonia
The House of Dionysos was a large house at Pella, the capital of the kingdom of Macedon in the time of Alexander the Great...
The hypaspists were a type of infantry soldier who served as a vital part of the Macedonian armies of both Philip II...
Hypaspist by Johnny Shumate For more illustrations email firstname.lastname@example.org If illustration is used, please credit...
Lion Hunt Pebble Mosaic from Pella
Pebble mosaic floor from the "House of Dionysos" at Pella (Macedonia, Greece) with a scene of a lion hunt. Last quarter...