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219 BCE

Second Illyrian War

2

215-205 BCE

First Macedonian war

3

199-196 BCE

Second Macedonian War

4

192-189 BCE

War against Antiochus III

5

171-168 BCE

Third Macedonian war

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Outcomes of the wars

No obvious long term engagement between Rome and the east, the Illyrian wars were not wars of expansion

7

229 BCE

First Illyrian War

8

Causes for the wars according to Polybius

Universal aggression on the Romans behalf - they wanted control of Greece and Asia

9

215 BC

Philip sends fleet against Oricum who send a help appeal to Rome. Rome liberates them and they permanently have a fleet in Illyrian waters

10

213 Bc

Philip attacks Lissus

11

212 BC

Rome seeks a military alliance with the Aetolian league

12

211 BC

They enter a treaty

13

205 BC

Parthenai, Dimallum and Barganium fall to Rome but no direct aggression

14

What caused the second Macedonian war?

A third party, in 201 BC Attalus of Pergamum renewed his alliance with Rome against Philip

15

200 BC

The Romans establish a base at Apollonia

16

199 BC

Philip returns from Asia and Rome withdraws from Illyria

17

198 BC

Minor battles between Philip and Flaminius and Flaminius occupies Thessaly

18

197 BC

Flaminius defeats Philip in the battle of Cynosephelae

19

192 BC

Antiochus lands at Demetrius and invades Thessaly

20

191 BC

Acilius Glabrio takes legions to Greece and there is fighting at Thermopylae, Cato cuts off Antiochus' forces, total defeat of the Syrian army!

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190 BC

L Scipio pushes Antiochus back to Asia Minor

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189 BC

Peace treaty

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Consequences of the third Macedonian war

Deportation of all royals
Partitioning of Macedonia into four republics
Restrictions in trade
Redirection of tax payments to Rome