Unifying Greece

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History

 

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Herman B

 

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January 6, 2014

 

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University

 

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A

 

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Philip took Amphipolis, Pydna, Potidea and Methone, he destroyed the Phocian army, and he was only stopped once on his march south at the Pass of Thermopylea. If there was any one-man who disliked Philip at all, itw as Demosthenes. At one point, Philip decided to threaten Olynthus, who had an alliance with Athens, Demosthenes asked why nothing was happening, the council-men said they were terrified of the strength and might of Philip...
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Demosthenes declared this statement in the speech known as the Second Olythiac: " Do not believe, men of Athens, that Philip and the people he rules over have the same likings. He desires glory, and this is his passion, and he is ready for any adventure, and peril, preferring to a life of safety he honors of acheiving what no Macedonian king has ever done before...
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