In order to offer colleagues and classicists a useful tool for our fieldwork, Karanos recovers here the previous projects of an updated global bibliography on Ancient Macedonia, the Argeads and the Hellenistic World.


The Editorial Board of Karanos would like to express a great debt of gratitude with Waldemar Heckel and Antonio Ignacio Molina Marín, for their efforts to collect this huge task of a bibliographical list, and their generous aim of sharing it freely.



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. 1974. “The government of Syria under Alexander the Great.” CQ 24: 46–64.

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. 1994. “A New Macedonian Prince.” CQ 44: 57–65.

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Burrow, T. 1968. “Canakya and Kautalya.” ABORI 48/49: 17-31.

Burstein, S. M. 1977a.“IG II2 561 and the court of Alexander IV.” ZPE 24: 223–5.

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