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- Aristotle's position became dangerous as a result of his macedonian links and he fled from athens to chalcis in the island of euboea where he died in322bc.
- England play minnows andorra on saturday and macedonia on wednesday6september.
- And going on board an adramyttian ship which was about to sail to places along the coast of asia we put out to sea aristarchus a macedonian of thessalonica being with us.
- And we went to sea in a ship of adramyttium which was sailing to the sea towns of asia aristarchus a macedonian of thessalonica being with us.
- Between macedon and thessaly of eastern greece there stood a high mountain.
- In the northern part of greece there was a land called macedon.
- President--I can furnish the committee of inquiry into the conduct of the lieutenant-general the count of morcerf in epirus and in macedonia with important particulars. '
- 12from There we traveled to philippi a roman colony and the leading city of that district of macedonia.and we stayed there several days.
- So from troas we went straight by ship to samothrace and the day after to neapolis;
- Special representative for the former yugoslav republic of macedonia;
- A branch of the indo-european language family that includes bulgarian belorussian czech macedonian polish russian serbo-croatian slovak slovene ukrainian and wendish.
- He organized a phalanx composed entirely of macedonians sixteen thousand strong named it "alexander's phalanx" and equipped it with the arms that warriors had used in his day; 2these consisted of a helmet of raw ox-hide a three-ply linen breastplate a bronze shield long pike short spear high boots and sword.
- They play andorra at old trafford on saturday2nd and then fly to skopje to play an away match against macedonia on wednesday6th.
- The striker was called into the england squad for the first time since the macedonia red card for the friendly against denmark at old trafford.
- And going past mysia they came down to troas.