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Here is the old territory of Philip of Macedon, the father of the conqueror.
Alexander of Macedon was a hero, no doubt; but why smash the chairs?A Survey of Russian Literature, with Selections
Isabel Florence Hapgood
Here then are two wanderers—and there is a river in Monmouth and a river in Macedon.The Valet's Tragedy and Other Stories
He determined, therefore, on every account, to make a foray into Macedon.
Pyrrhus encountered Pantauchus as he entered Macedon, and gave him battle.
c. 1300, Macedone, from Latin Macedonius "Macedonian," from Greek Makedones "the Macedonians," literally "highlanders" or "the tall ones," related to makednos "long, tall," makros "long, large" (see macro-). French Macédoine "mixed cut fruit or vegetables" is early 19c., said to be a reference to the diversity of people in Alexander's empire.