Ne vazhdim te kesaj po sjell edhe dicka per Filipin dhe te emen Euridice.Mallakastrioti wrote:D. Paulus apostulus in mari, quod nunc Venetus sinus dicitur, naufragus, et ...-pag.CLXXXVII
Nikola Marija Đur#-dević-1730-
Si thote ky miku mo si thote?
"...Plutarku permend ne "Lib. de Liber.educ." Mbreteresha Maqedonase Euridice,gjyshja e Aleksandrit te Madh,me origjine Ilire("genere" lat.volgare.=genus= ORIGJINE),duke e quajtur ILIRE DHE FEMER BARBARE"....
Ec e mbushi mendjen Plutarkut qe nuk eshte si ka thene ai por siç thone greko-sllavet sot
Edukimi i Filipit te Maqedonise,babai te Aleksandrit te Madh.
Diodorus Siculus shkruan se, pas nje disfate kunder Ilireve , babai i Filipit Amyntas la peng djalin e tij Filipin tek Iliret te cilet e derguan ne Thebe dhe ja besuan babait te Epameinondas ,i cili u kujdes per ta rritur dhe per ta edukuar Filipin.Keshtu Epameinondas dhe Filipi te dy ndoqen shkollen filozofike te Pythagores.
Diodorus Siculus, Library
book 16, chapter 2
After Amyntas had been defeated by the Illyrians and forced to pay tribute to his conquerors, the Illyrians, who had taken Philip, the youngest son of Amyntas, as a hostage, placed him in the care of the Thebans.3 They in turn entrusted the lad to the father of Epameinondas and directed him both to keep careful watch over his ward and to superintend his upbringing and education.  Since Epameinondas had as his instructor a philosopher of the Pythagorean school,4 Philip, who was reared along with him, acquired a wide acquaintance with the Pythagorean philosophy. Inasmuch as both students showed natural ability and diligence they proved to be superior in deeds of valour. Of the two, Epameinondas underwent the most rigorous tests and battles, and invested his fatherland almost miraculously with the leadership of Hellas, while Philip, availing himself of the same initial training, achieved no less fame than Epameinondas.
Ndersa Plutarku permend gjyshen e Aleksandrit te Madh Euridice qe ishte Ilire dhe u kujdes per edukimin dhe shkollimin e femijve te saj.Ajo shkroi edhe nje epigram te cilin Plutarku e citon me poshte.
Plutarch, De liberis educandis
And here we may take example from who, although she was an Illyrian, and so thrice a barbarian, yet applied herself to learning when she was well advanced in years, that she might teach her children. Her love towards her children appears evidently in this Epigram of hers, which she dedicated to the Muses: —
Eurydice to the Muses here doth raise
This monument, her honest love to praise;
Who her grown sons that she might scholars breed,
Then well in years, herself first learned to read.