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Lecture 1/26/2021 06:30 PM

Lecture SeriesAncient Battles (V)The Battle of Pydna (168 B.C.): Rome defeats Macedonia

Fernando Quesada Sanz

This series of lectures, coordinated by the Professor of Archaeology at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid Fernando Quesada Sanz, will take us on a historical journey through several of the most important ancient battles: Marathon, Thermopylae, Gaugamela, Cannae and Pydna.

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