Aenea

Greece

Aenea was a small Macedonian city, which was attached to the then newlyfounded Thessaloniki, when it was founded in 315BC by Kassandros. It was close to the Thermaikos gulf.

Aenea was a small Macedonian city, which was attached to the then newlyfounded Thessaloniki, when it was founded in 315BC by Kassandros. It was close to the Thermaikos gulf.

The most probable speculation is that Aenea was a colony of Corinthians, founded in the late 8th century BV. During the 5th century, it entered the Athenian alliance. Later, it defected from the alliance, and was attached to the Chalkis Common, in the 4th century BC until 348BC, when it was conquered by Philip B, king of Macedonia.

Aenea was one of the settlements that are mentioned in various sources to have been settled as to compose Thessaloniki. The settlement must not have been completely deserted, as activities appear still in the 3rd and 2nd century BC.

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