Peace of Philocrates is the name given to the peace treaty concluded in 346 BC between Athens and Macedon under Philip II. Philocrates was the name of the main Athenian negotiator of the Treaty.
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... article Rise of Macedon (section "Final campaign in Greece") The peace officially collapsed in 338 BC, when Philip passed Thermopylae, attacked the Amphissians, entered Phocis and seized Elateia ... against Macedon, when Philip made a final attempt to appease his enemies, proposing a new peace treaty ... the Battle of Chaeronea, Philip as the absolute ruler of ancient Greece imposed a new peace treaty, whose terms were very favorable for the defeated party but not ...
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“Think not that I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace, but a sword.”
—Bible: New Testament Jesus, in Matthew, 10:34.