Post by stevie on Feb 19, 2017 14:51:45 GMT
And some more:-
II/5L Black Sea Greeks (410 BC – 310 BC) add II/12 Alexandrian Macedonian (359 BC – 319 BC)
II/15 Alexandrian Imperial (328 BC – 321 AD) add II/5L Black Sea Greeks (410 BC – 310 BC)
(II/12 lists II/5L as enemies, but II/5L does not list II/12. Likewise, II/5L lists II/15, but II/15 does not do the same.
I assume the Black Sea Greeks are not only those in the Crimea and east of the Black Sea, but also those colonies along the north coast of Anatolia. Alexander himself never fought them, but some of his lieutenants, notably Antigonos, probably did.)
II/5a Spartan Army in Greece (448 BC – 276 BC) add II/6 Bithynian (435 BC – 74 BC)
(...er...the clue is in the name...Bithynia is in north-western Anatolia, not Greece.
Nonetheless, if you want consistency, II/6 lists II/5a but II/5a does not list II/6, and the Spartans did bounce around the Aegean quite a lot during their many fights with the Athenian led Delian League.)
II/5a Spartan Army in Greece (448 BC – 276 BC) add II/7 Later Achaemenid Persian Army (420 BC – 329 BC)
(Yes, it’s the Spartans again...with their ‘Army in Greece’ fighting in Anatolia once more.
I suppose you could class Ionian Greece in western coastal Anatolia as being ‘in Greece'.
So for the sake of consistency, II/7 lists II/5a but II/5a makes no mention of II/7.)
II/7 Later Achaemenid Persian Army (420 BC – 329 BC) add II/5k Agesilaus’ Expedition (396 BC – 394 BC)
(Army II/5k only has one enemy. Take II/7 away and they’ll have no one to fight!)
II/26 Later Rhoxolani Sarmatian (310 BC – 375 AD) add II/5L Black Sea Greeks (410 BC – 310 BC)
(The Crimean Greeks of II/5L list II/26, but II/26 does not do the same...and the dates do just about touch.)
II/46c Kushan Kidarite Army (411 AD – 477 AD) remove II/69c Sassanid Persian Army (494 AD – 651 AD)
(Although II/46c lists II/69c, II/69c does not list II/46c. Anyway, as you can see, the dates don’t match.)
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