Philip II and Alexander the Great
Father and Son, Lives and Afterlives
edited by Elizabeth Carney and edited by Daniel Ogden
Table of Contents
Table of contents
Notes on the contributors
List of figures
i. Father, Son, and Court
1.: The "Pixodarus Affair" Reconsidered Again. Stephen Ruzicka.
2.: The Bearded King and the Beardless Hero: from Philip II to Alexander the Great. Victor Alonso Troncoso.
3.: In the Shadow of his Father: Alexander, Hermolaus, and the Legend of Philip. Sabine Müller.
4.: Philip's Eurydice in the Philippeum at Olympia. Olga Palagia.
5.: Putting Women in Their Place: Women in Public under Philip II and Alexander III and the Last Argeads. Elizabeth Carney.
6.: The Symposia of Philip II and Alexander III of Macedon - the View From Greece. Frances Pownall.
ii. Philip and Alexander at War
7.: Consensus Strategies under Philip and Alexander: the Revenge Theme. Giuseppe Squillace.
8.: The Asthetairoi: Macedonia's Hoplites. Edward M. Anson.
9.: The Argeads and the Phalanx. A. B. Bosworth.
10.: Scythed Chariots at Gaugamela: a Case Study. Waldemar Heckel, Carolyn Willekes, Graham Wrightson.
iii. After Philip and Alexander: Legacy and Legitimation
11.: Cassander and the Legacy of Philip II and Alexander III in Diodorus' Library. Franca Landucci Gattinoni.
12.: The Role of the Argeadai in the Legitimation of the Ptolemaic Dynasty: Rhetoric and Practice. Margarita Lianou.
13.: Hieronymus of Cardia: Causation and Bias from Alexander to his Successors. Joseph Roisman.
iv. Reception of Father and Son
14.: Argead Dunasteia during the Reigns of Philip II and Alexander III: Aristotle Reconsidered. William Greenwalt.
15.: "Worldwide Empire" vs "Glorious Enterprise": Diodorus and Justin on Philip II and Alexander the Great. Ian Worthington.
16.: "You should never meet your heroesL": Growing up with Alexander, the Valerius Maximus way. Diana Spencer.
17.: His Son's Father? Philip II in the Second Sophistic Sulochana Asirvatham.
18.: Alexander in the Underworld. Daniel Ogden.
19.: "And your father sees you": Paternity in Alexander (2004). Gideon Nisbet.