The 6th International Marathon “ALEXA...

The 6th International Marathon “ALEXANDER THE GREAT”

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The 6th International Marathon 'ALEXANDER THE GREAT' will be held on April 10th 2011 at the route of Pella - Thessaloniki.

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MAKEDONIA ALWAYS GREECE

Flórina, Greece

#1 Mar 22, 2011
in Pella?????
nice.......
MAKEDONIA ALWAYS GREECE

Flórina, Greece

#2 Mar 22, 2011
Pella was the ancient capital of Makedonia!!!!!!
MAKEDONIA ALWAYS GREECE

Flórina, Greece

#3 Mar 22, 2011
enjoy.......

“"MAKEDONKA"”

Since: Jul 08

Bitola

#6 Mar 22, 2011
Alexander the great used the Corinthian leagues treaty in his favor to invade Persia.
The Corinthian league
In August 338, the Macedonian king Philip had defeated an army of Athenians and Thebans on the plain of Chaeronea, a town in Central Greece (story). The Macedonian victory meant the end of the independence of the Greek towns: Philip forced them to join the Corinthian league. The Roman author Marcus Junianus Justinus -in English better known as Justin- gives a description of the first meeting in his Excerpt of the History of Philip by Pompeius Trogus (section 9.5). The translation was made by Michael Crawford and David Whitehead.

After he had settled matters in Greece, Philip ordered that envoys should be summoned to Corinth from all the states with a view to consolidating the settlement. He there propounded a covenant of peace for the whole of Greece, giving each state the share that it deserved, and he created a council of representatives to serve as a sort of common senate.
***Only the Spartans refused to have anything to do with the king or with the covenant; they considered that a settlement imposed by the victor instead of being agreed on by the states concerned meant **enslavement,** not peace.***
Next, the military contributions were fixed that the individual states were to make, whether to assist the king against attack or for making war under his command. But everyone realized that these arrangements were directed against the Persian empire.
The text of the treaty has been partly preserved. The first line runs like this:
I swear by Zeus, Earth, Sun, Poseidon, Athena, Ares, and all the gods and goddesses.
• I will abide by the peace;
• I will not break the agreements with Philip the Macedonian;
• nor will I take up arms with hostile intent against any one of those who abide by the oaths either by land or by sea.
The provisions of the treaty were:
1. that the constitutions of the member states would remain unchanged;
2. that violence between the member states was no longer permitted;
3. that, in case of the overthrow of a government, a congress of representatives, was to meet at Corinth;
4. that it would establish the facts and declare war;
5. that the league's army was to be commanded by Philip;
6. that the league's member states would sent a number of soldiers to the league's army in proportion to their size.
http://www.livius.org/aj-al/alexander/alexand...

Since: Mar 09

Athens, Greece

#22 Mar 22, 2011
Rosetta stone wrote:
Alexander the great used the Corinthian leagues treaty in his favor to invade Persia.
The Corinthian league
In August 338, the Macedonian king Philip had defeated an army of Athenians and Thebans on the plain of Chaeronea, a town in Central Greece (story). The Macedonian victory meant the end of the independence of the Greek towns: Philip forced them to join the Corinthian league. The Roman author Marcus Junianus Justinus -in English better known as Justin- gives a description of the first meeting in his Excerpt of the History of Philip by Pompeius Trogus (section 9.5). The translation was made by Michael Crawford and David Whitehead.
After he had settled matters in Greece, Philip ordered that envoys should be summoned to Corinth from all the states with a view to consolidating the settlement. He there propounded a covenant of peace for the whole of Greece, giving each state the share that it deserved, and he created a council of representatives to serve as a sort of common senate.
***Only the Spartans refused to have anything to do with the king or with the covenant; they considered that a settlement imposed by the victor instead of being agreed on by the states concerned meant **enslavement,** not peace.***
Next, the military contributions were fixed that the individual states were to make, whether to assist the king against attack or for making war under his command. But everyone realized that these arrangements were directed against the Persian empire.
The text of the treaty has been partly preserved. The first line runs like this:
I swear by Zeus, Earth, Sun, Poseidon, Athena, Ares, and all the gods and goddesses.
• I will abide by the peace;
• I will not break the agreements with Philip the Macedonian;
• nor will I take up arms with hostile intent against any one of those who abide by the oaths either by land or by sea.
The provisions of the treaty were:
1. that the constitutions of the member states would remain unchanged;
2. that violence between the member states was no longer permitted;
3. that, in case of the overthrow of a government, a congress of representatives, was to meet at Corinth;
4. that it would establish the facts and declare war;
5. that the league's army was to be commanded by Philip;
6. that the league's member states would sent a number of soldiers to the league's army in proportion to their size.
http://www.livius.org/aj-al/alexander/alexand...
Psoletta,

Keep reading about the Glorious Greek History of Macedonia, no matter how brain damaged and brainwashed you are, something of it will eventually seep into your tiny little brain and maybe you will see the light!

Hahahahahahahahaha!!!
MAKEDONIA ALWAYS GREECE

Flórina, Greece

#23 Mar 22, 2011
http://macedonia-evidence.org/documentation.h...
the end of idiotic Former Yugoslav propaganda!!!!!
www.westmacedonia.gr
enjoy.......bulgara!
MAKEDONIA ALWAYS GREECE

Flórina, Greece

#24 Mar 22, 2011
they start from PELLA the ancient Makedonian capital!!!!!!!!
no from Former Yugoslav Skopia!!!!!!!
MAKEDONIA ALWAYS GREECE

Flórina, Greece

#25 Mar 22, 2011
Rosetta stone wrote:
Alexander the great used the Corinthian leagues treaty in his favor to invade Persia.
The Corinthian league
In August 338, the Macedonian king Philip had defeated an army of Athenians and Thebans on the plain of Chaeronea, a town in Central Greece (story). The Macedonian victory meant the end of the independence of the Greek towns: Philip forced them to join the Corinthian league. The Roman author Marcus Junianus Justinus -in English better known as Justin- gives a description of the first meeting in his Excerpt of the History of Philip by Pompeius Trogus (section 9.5). The translation was made by Michael Crawford and David Whitehead.
After he had settled matters in Greece, Philip ordered that envoys should be summoned to Corinth from all the states with a view to consolidating the settlement. He there propounded a covenant of peace for the whole of Greece, giving each state the share that it deserved, and he created a council of representatives to serve as a sort of common senate.
***Only the Spartans refused to have anything to do with the king or with the covenant; they considered that a settlement imposed by the victor instead of being agreed on by the states concerned meant **enslavement,** not peace.***
Next, the military contributions were fixed that the individual states were to make, whether to assist the king against attack or for making war under his command. But everyone realized that these arrangements were directed against the Persian empire.
The text of the treaty has been partly preserved. The first line runs like this:
I swear by Zeus, Earth, Sun, Poseidon, Athena, Ares, and all the gods and goddesses.
• I will abide by the peace;
• I will not break the agreements with Philip the Macedonian;
• nor will I take up arms with hostile intent against any one of those who abide by the oaths either by land or by sea.
The provisions of the treaty were:
1. that the constitutions of the member states would remain unchanged;
2. that violence between the member states was no longer permitted;
3. that, in case of the overthrow of a government, a congress of representatives, was to meet at Corinth;
4. that it would establish the facts and declare war;
5. that the league's army was to be commanded by Philip;
6. that the league's member states would sent a number of soldiers to the league's army in proportion to their size.
http://www.livius.org/aj-al/alexander/alexand...
Bullsht!!!!!!
WE ARE MAKEDONIAN......YOU ARE NOTHING!!!!!!!
www.westmacedonia.gr
enjoy......Former Yugoslava!
MAKEDONIA ALWAYS GREECE

Flórina, Greece

#26 Mar 22, 2011
PELLA-THESSALONIKI!!!!!!!!
www.westmacedonia.gr
MAKEDONIA ALWAYS GREECE

Flórina, Greece

#27 Mar 22, 2011
FROM PELLA THE ANCIENT MAKEDONIAN CAPITAL!!!!!!!!
MAKEDONIA ALWAYS GREECE

Flórina, Greece

#28 Mar 22, 2011
PELLA-THESSALONIKI!!!!!!!
MAKEDONIA ALWAYS GREECE

Flórina, Greece

#29 Mar 30, 2011
THESSALONIKI.....

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