Appian, The Illyrian Wars
Appian of Alexandria (c.95-c.165): one of the most underestimated of all Greek historians, author of a Roman History in twenty-four books.
The Illyrian wars, an appendix to the book on the Macedonian wars, belong to the better preserved parts. They are a valuable source for the history of Illyricum, i.e., the northwestern Balkan peninsula.
The translation was made by Horace White; notes by Jona Lendering.
There are two systems to divide the Illyrian Wars: in thirty sections or five chapters. On these webpages, the text is divided into sections; the following table shows the division into chapters.