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Alexander the Great in Perisia and Early Life
In segments of present-day Albania, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, and northern Greece, the Hellenistic dominion of Macedon secured its beautiful highland frontiers and patriarchal ascension of Phillip II (382 - 336 B.C.) from the alien uncertainties incited to its east by Thrace, to its west by particular Illyrian tribes, and to the south by the threat of the Greek allies. King Phillip's ascension in 359 B.C. was fashioned classically, hastily radical and heretically prudent with his insertions of fresh administrative techniques on both sides of the kingdom's borders; refreshingly enough, by 336…
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