Appian, The Macedonian 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 Macedonian wars, belong to the less preserved parts, but most information can be found in other sources, like Polybius or Livy.
The translation was made by Horace White; notes by Jona Lendering.
|The First Macedonian War (214-205)||Fragments 1-4|
|The Second Macedonian War (200-197)||Fragments 5-13|
|The Entr'Acte||Fragments 14-16|
|Outbreak of the Third Macedonian War||Fragments 17-25|
|The Third Macedonian War (171-168)||Fragments 26-35|