The Macedonian phalanx was a military formation used by the Macedonian army during the rule of Philip II and later by Alexander the Great.
The formation consisted of 64 units (Syntagmas) each composed of 16 soldiers armed with long pikes. The Phalanx was a very effective combat unit in frontal attacks and on flat terrain, but its greatest weakness was its lack of flexibility and adaptability to other types of rougher terrain.
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