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  1. Hi Duane. I managed to learn a bit of tourist Greek for my 2008 Aegean Odyssey. Knowing the alphabet and some ancient Greek helped a lot. I visited almost every place I knew or could surmise Aristotle had lived or spent significant time: Ancient Stagira, Pella, Meiza, Vergina, Dion, Larissa, Delphi, Thebes, Khalkis, Athens, Delos, Mytilene, Pyrrha, Eresos, Assos, and points between. I know that in order to write my novel of Aristotle, I needed to see these places. You would certainly like Pella even if much of the remains are Hellenistic — There is an attractive new museum that wasn’t there when I visited. Amyntas III — and other kings you know well — lived in and reigned from the oldest part of the palace there, which is still under excavation. I hope you got my message via about.me/duanemarch! –Ralph

    1. Dear Ralph,

      I am flattered that my Masters Thesis was of such use!
      Of course I would love a PDF copy of it.

      I subsequently published a revised version of the chronology in a scholarly journal in 1995. You may want to look at it.
      “The Kings of Makedon: 399-369 BC”, Historia (Franz Steiner Verlag), Vol. 44, No. 3 (1995), 257-282.

      Have you found an agent or publisher for your historical novel?
      Keep me informed!

      I too have been working on an historical novel dealing primarily with Athens and Persia in the 6th century BC. I wonder if you would like a look at it.
      Main characters are Cyrus the Great, Peisistratos, Solon, Kleisthenes, Croesus of Lydia…

      I look forward to your response!

      Cheers,
      Duane

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