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Diadochi

(daɪˈædəkaɪ)
pl n
(Historical Terms) the six Macedonian generals who, after the death of Alexander the Great, fought for control of his empire in the Wars of the Diadochi (321–281 bc)
[Greek: successors]
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Pentapolis was annexed by Ptolemy-I Soter, and was passed to the diadoch dynasty of the Lagids (Ptolemaic dynasty).
The eighteen essays in this handsome volume detail much that is known about the period in such topics as Diadochi history in cuneiform documents, the Heidelberg Epitome (a neglected Diadoch source), a study on the sources Seleucus v.
and compelled us to accept the so-called "high chronology" for the period of the second and third Diadoch Wars (see T Boiy, Between High and Low: A Chronology of the Early Hellenistic Period [Frankfurt am Main: Verlag Antike, 2007], 122-24).