Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Eugene Borza as regards Slav Macedonian and Ancient Macedonian connection.

From the book "The Eye Expanded Life and the Arts in Greco-Roman Antiquity" and the article "Macedonia Redux"


  1. Anonymous12:47 AM

    What did others say about the Macedonians? Here there is a relative abundance of information from

    Arrian, Plutarch (Alexander, Eumenes), Diodorus 17-20, Justin, Curtius Rufus, and Nepos (Eumenes),

    based upon Greek and Greek-derived Latin sources. It is clear that over a five-century span of writing in two

    languages representing a variety of historiographical and philosophical positions the ancient writers regarded

    the Greeks and Macedonians as two separate and distinct peoples whose relationship was marked by

    considerable antipathy, if not outright hostility.
    By Egene N. Borza

  2. Anonymous, also and the others Greek city-states, had considerable antipathy, and not outright hostility, such as Athenians and Spartans.