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|IV. Macedonia in the Transitional Period (167 b.c. to 148 b.c.)|
|167 B.C. ||In Amphipolis Aemilius Paullus proclaims the "freedom" of the Macedonians.However, in practice,
he divides the Macedonian state into four parts separated by sealad borders. Amphipolis, PeIla,Thessaloniki and Pelagonia are named the capitals.
||149 B.C.|| A man named Andriscus crowns himself King of Macedonia and, relying on the lower social classes, incites the Macedonians against the Romans.
||148 B.C.|| C. Caecilius Metellus Macedonicus defeats Andriscus. Macedonia becomes a Roman province.