THE ODRYSIAN KINGDOM AFTER PHILIP II: GREEK- AND SELF-PERCEPTION
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The paper discusses the perception and the level of barbarism of the tribes on this fringe of the Greek world as perceived in Greece and most notably in Athens, beginning with the explanation of their political status and degree of dependence after Philip II and during Alexander the Great's Asian campaign. How much barbarian the Odrysians were perceived depended much of the actual political situation, but generally they were accepted as important partners in the politics of the Second Athenian empire.
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