338 BC: The Battle of Chaironeia and the End of Greek Freedom
March 01, 2018
05:00 PM - 06:00 PM
W.R. Grey Professor of Classics and History
In 338 BC, Philip II of Macedonia (the father of Alexander the Great) defeated the Athenians and Thebans at Chaironeia, in what proved to be one of the most politically consequential battles in the ancient world. Please join us as Professor Peter Krentz, a leading authority on Ancient Greek political and military history, discusses the battle and its political ramifications.
Sponsored by the Department of Religion and Classics
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