ΑΝΑΒΑΣΕΙΣ ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΝ ΜΑΚΕΔΟΝΩΝ
Τhe Anabaseis of the Kings of Makedonia
by Centurio Nixalsverdrus
Χαιρετε! I'm currently one hundred years ahead in my campaign - but you should always watch history from a sufficiently big distance. Since my first report on the same subject was rather shortlived (I knew that and mentioned it right at the beginning), this one will be rather longlived - at least I hope so.
Each king in the list of Antigonid dynasts will be mentioned here, starting with the first, Antigonos II. Gonatas. Recent excavations at the site of the palace at Pella have revealed to historians an unprecedented insight into the politics of the Makedonian Empire, starting at 272 BC, the year 46 of the Makedonian calendar. I used my deep insights to present you a short summary of the lives and deeds of the βασιλεις  that shaped the world to their liking - the αναβασεις .
Table of Content
Anabasis Antigonou (283 – 246 BC)
Introduction – The Pyrrhic Incursion
Part 1 – The Chremonidean War (272 – 269 BC)
Part 2 – The First Epeirote War (273 – 265 BC)
Part 3 – The Kalabrian War (263 – 257 BC)
Part 4 – Hegemony (256 – 246 BC)
Anabasis Alkyoneos (246 – 230 BC)
Introduction – A Momentous Treaty
Part 1 – The Ptolemaic War: The Campaigns in Mikra Asia (243 – 236 BC)
Part 2 – The Pontic and Kappadokian War (240 – 232 BC)
Part 3 – The Ptolemaic War: The Campaigns in Syria (234 – 230 BC)
Anabasis Perseos (230 – 212 BC)
Introduction – Reforms and Revolts
Note that there will be some Greek expressions like  αναβασεις (the Anabaseis) or  βασιλεις (the kings) that will show in Greek letters. However, not every Greek word will be written in Greek, only some that would keep their Greek character albeit transscripted into English. This will mostly apply to epithets and unit names. In any case you'll find a footnote for each in the respective chapter. Also note that I will keep the Greek words in minuscules due to their appearance in the text. The contemporaries wrote exclusivly in capital letters.