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Greek and Macedonian phalanx formation

Greek and Macedonian phalanx formation

The phalanx formation was a military formation of the Greek heavy infantry.

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phalanx, heavy weapons, warfare, hoplite, Macedonian Empire, Greek, Macedonian, weapon, Philippos, soldier, lance, doru, war, battle, tactics, infantry, battle order, sword, shield, armour, military, Hellas, breastplate, close-range fighting, helmet, antiquity

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