Antigonus I


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Antigonus I

(ænˈtɪɡənəs)
n
(Biography) known as Cyclops. 382–301 bc, Macedonian general under Alexander the Great; king of Macedon (306–301)
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An•tig•o•nus I

(ænˈtɪg ə nəs)
n.
(Cyclops) 382?–301 B.C., Macedonian general under Alexander the Great: king of Macedonia 306–30l b.c.
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