1. a battle in which Philip II of Macedon defeated the Athenians and Thebans (338 BC) and also Sulla defeated Mithridates (86 BC)
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How To Use Chaeronea In A Sentence

  • Only three years earlier the Thebans had watched in horror as their army had been crushed by Philip and Alexander at Chaeronea. Alexander the Great
  • Alexander asked her who she was and she boldly replied that she was the wife of the Theban commander who had fought his father at the battle of Chaeronea. Alexander the Great
  • All Athenian property and persons would be respected, while he also returned the Athenian prisoners captured at Chaeronea unharmed and without ransom. Alexander the Great
  • Philip honored the dead of the Sacred Band by burying them on the battlefield and celebrated their courage with the towering statue of a lion that still stands in the quiet valley of Chaeronea. Alexander the Great
  • Chaeronea: Town in central Greece where in 338 Philip defeated the Greek forces, including the Sacred Band of Thebes. Alexander the Great
  • In the aftermath of Chaeronea, no one dared to refuse, except for the eternally belligerent state of Sparta. Alexander the Great
  • Although they had lost many of their best men at Chaeronea, they were still a proud people with an ancient military tradition. Alexander the Great
  • Hellenization Alexander the Great's father was Philip II, King of Macedonia, King of Macedon, and he conquered different Greek city-states by defeating Athens and its allies at Chaeronea in 338 BC.
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