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In Europe Philip, the Macedonian king, marched against the cities of Chalcidice, took the fortress of Zereia1 by siege and razed it. He then intimidated some of the other towns and compelled them to submit. Then coming against Pherae in Thessaly he expelled Peitholaus,2 who was in control of the city.

1 Cp. Dem. 19.266 and Philochorus fr. 132.

2 Inconsistent with chaps. 37, 38 unless Peitholaus had recovered Pherae in the meantime.

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