Antigonus

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Noun1.Antigonus - a general of Alexander the Great and king of Macedonia; lost one eye; killed in a battle at Ipsus (382-301 BC)
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According to Vincent Smith, after the death of Alexander, two of his generals emerged as competitors for supreme power in Asia, Antigonos and Seleukos Nikator.
38) Persee fut le dernier des rois macedoniens antigonides (de Antigonos, successeur d'Alexandre le Grand en Macedoine), battu par les Romains a la bataille de Pydna en 168 avant J.
I say this because Antigonos of Carystus tells the following anecdote in his writings On Zeno: Persaeus once purchased a little piper [[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]] at a drinking party [[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]], but he hesitated to take her home because he lived in the same house as Zeno.
Antigonos Doson, qui, depuis la mort de Demetrios, exercait la regence au nom de Philippe, avait pris la mer pour mener quelque operation et, longeant le littoral beotien, se trouvait devant Larymna, quand, a la suite d'un brusque reflux des eaux, ses navires s'echouerent sur le rivage.
Antigonos Sochos and Gait Kinman, Department of Psychology, University of Bedfordshire, Luton, United Kingdom; Alexis Bowers, Adult Psychiatry, Albany Lodge, St.
The topics include Macedonians and other Greeks, the Kingdom of Macedonia and the Chalcidic League, coinage and finance, the ancient city of Aegae, the 360s, Philip and Alexander's Macedon, Philippi, traditional cults and beliefs, Macedonia in Thrace, the reigns of Antigonos Gonatas and Demetrios II, Thessalonike, art in the Roman period 168 BC-337 AD, and early Christianity in Macedonia.
The conflict between the generals of Alexander the Great finished in 301 BC after the battle of Ipsos after the death of Antigonos, the last exponent of the Imperial Monarchy (5).
The inscription is the second letter by Demetrios II, son of Antigonos Gonatas, to Harpalos, an epistates.
Author info: Correspondence should be sent to: Antigonos Sochos, F3, 42 Stanford Avenue, Brighton, United Kingdom, BN1 6FD.
Antigonos himself comes off rather better than his sometimes brilliant but erratic son Demetrios.