How did Philip II’s army differ from the Greek? Fill the table.

Greek army Macedonian army
Phalanx of 6-9 rows Phalanx of 16 rows or more (the blow of the Macedonian phalanx is stronger)
Spears about 2m long Spears of unequal length, the soldiers of the sixth row had 6-meter spears (the soldiers of all six rows entered the battle)
The cavalry was lightly armed The cavalry played a big role, the warriors are heavily armed, protected by armor


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