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11/2010, ISBN 1405179368, 19
This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Literary Evidence Epigraphic Evidence Conclusion Bibliographical Essay 
Diodorus in the Peloponnesian War ‐ episodes in connection with Archelaus | Aristotle's life in Macedonia ‐ as tutor of Alexander the Great | Herodotus, earliest historian, whose work survives ‐ three kinds of material on Macedonia | ‘Philippic histories’ by fourth‐century writers, Theopompus (FGrH 115) and Anaximenes (FGrH 72) ‐ surviving in fragments | stories of Alexander, on the Persian side ‐ sympathetic to the Greeks | evidences, literary and epigraphic evidence ‐ and Roman conquest | inscriptions, on questions about Macedonia ‐ basileus (‘king’), formal title of Macedonian rulers | epigraphic evidence ‐ inscriptions on durable materials, of the modern world | literary evidence ‐ genealogy for Macedonians' eponymous ancestor Macedon | F. Jacoby's collection, fragments of lost Greek historians ‐ 13 possible writers of histories of Macedonia | Stories of Alexander, on the Persian side - sympathetic to the Greeks | F. Jacoby's collection, fragments of lost Greek historians - 13 possible writers of histories of Macedonia | Evidences, literary and epigraphic evidence - and Roman conquest | 'Philippic histories' by fourth-century writers, Theopompus (FGrH 115) and Anaximenes (FGrH 72) - surviving in fragments | Aristotle's life in Macedonia - as tutor of Alexander the Great | Diodorus in the Peloponnesian War - episodes in connection with Archelaus | Inscriptions, on questions about Macedonia - basileus ('king'), formal title of Macedonian rulers | Epigraphic evidence - inscriptions on durable materials, of the modern world | Literary evidence - genealogy for Macedonians' eponymous ancestor Macedon | Herodotus, earliest historian, whose work survives - three kinds of material on Macedonia
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