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  • Macedon, also known as Macedonia, was an ancient kingdom of the Macedonians bordered by Epirus to the west, Paeonia to the north, the region of Thrace
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  • ancient biographer Plutarch, a horse trader approached King Philip of Macedonia with a beautiful stallion for sale named Bucephalus. However, none of
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  • collaborative space. My school collaborates with a school in Macedonia and Aruba. Look at the Macedonia project [[1]]. Students collaborate, using a wiki. How
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  • Luxembourg Lukseburg Luksemburgski Luksemburgczyk Luksemburgijka Macedonia Macedonia Macedoński Macedończyk Macedonka Madagascar Madagaskar Madagaskarski
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  • and Colonization The Greek city The Greek Wars Classical Greek Culture Macedonia and Helenistic Times The Rise of Rome and Roman Expansion Social Crisis
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  • Latin Oscian Umbrian Venetic Lombardian Phrygian Macedonian (Not to be confused with modern Macedonian of Slavic Group) Thracian Illyrian Dacian British
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  • Egypt Stonehenge, Great Britain Angkor Wat, Cambodia Kokino, Republic of Macedonia Goseck circle, Germany" Main sources: Radiation astronomy/Violets and
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  • recognized with accession to Amphictyonic Council 343/2 Aristotle comes to Macedonia to tutor Alexander. Alexander's uncle takes throne of Epirus with help
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  • (Austria, Brazil, Canada, Czech Republic, Egypt, Germany, India, Italy, Macedonia, Mexico, Russia, United Kingdom, or United States) under the auspices
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  • Malagasy Malagasy mh Ebon Marshallese mi Māori Maori mk Македонски Macedonian ml മലയാളം Malayalam mn Монгол Mongoloian mo Moldoveana Moldovan mr
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  • and siege warfare. 10:19 <Daan_> * Northern front: Odrysian Thracians, Macedonia, Chalcidice. 10:19 <Daan_> * Invasions of Athenians in Chalcidice and
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  • used for naval and siege warfare. Northern front: Odrysian Thracians, Macedonia, Chalcidice. Invasions of Athenians in Chalcidice and of the Peloponnesians
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  • learn too! --HappyCamper 01:36, 12 April 2007 (UTC) Hi I'm Bojana from Macedonia and I like to learn German. I started on my own but it's not very motivating
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  • crisis has caused trouble in European countries, such as France, Spain, Macedonia, Greece, and several other countries. This crisis truly has shaken Europe
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  • early Minoans to the democracy of Athens and the later empire of the Macedonian, Alexander the Great, Greek culture left behind a legacy that helped define
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  • was becoming bigger and bigger. Bearak, Barry. "CRISIS IN THE BALKANS: MACEDONIA; Uprooted and Idle, Kosovo's Cultured Pace Streets and Cafes of Their
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  • as well, they created the phalanx formation; this was adapted to the w:Macedonian phalanx which Alexander the Great used to conquer the previously superior
    9 KB (1,607 words) - 17:17, 16 May 2016
  • Eastern Belarussian Russian Ukrainian Southern b:Bulgarian Croatian Macedonian b:Serbian Slovenian Latvian Lithuanian Brythonic Breton Welsh b:Welsh
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  • several months in the province of Macedonia. He was planning to continue south to Corinth after his stay in Macedonia, and he wrote this letter from there
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  • appeared to Paul in the night. A man of Macedonia stood and pleaded with him, saying, ‘Come over to Macedonia and help us’” (16:9). This led him to cross
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