"19 well-written studies about a broad range of subjects of scholarship on Philip II and Alexander the Great. In my view each paper will be of interest to specialists on individual topics of Greek and Macedonian history." --Bryn Mawr Classical Review
"[This] book has a nice balance between articles examining the actual historical traditions or archaeological evidence and those investigating the reception of Philip and Alexander in ancient traditions and modern interpretations. This volume will be a true contribution to Macedonian and Alexander's studies." --Greece and Rome
About the Author
Elizabeth Carney is Professor of History at Clemson University.
Daniel Ogden is Professor of Ancient History, University of Exeter.