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The Military Decree of Amphipolis (ca. 200 BC) is a Macedonian Greek inscription of two marble blocks, that originally contain at least three columns of text. It preserves a list of regulations governing the behaviour and discipline of the Macedonian army in camp.
Military Decree of Amphipolis - Searchable Greek Inscriptions at the Packard Humanities Institute
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