Definition of Antigonid. Meaning of Antigonid. Synonyms of Antigonid

Definition of Antigonid. Meaning of Antigonid. Synonyms of Antigonid

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Definition of Antigonid

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Meaning of Antigonid from wikipedia

- The Antigonid dynasty (/ænˈtɪɡoʊnɪd/; Gr****: Ἀντιγονίδαι) was a dynasty of ****enistic kings descended from Alexander the Great's general Antigonus I...
- by the royal Argead dynasty, which was followed by the Antipatrid and Antigonid dynasties. Home to the ancient Macedonians, the earliest kingdom was centered...
- The Antigonid Macedonian army was the army of Macedonia in the period when it was ruled by the Antigonid dynasty from 276 BC to 168 BC. It was seen as...
- Hieronymus was a friend of Eumenes, and later became a member of the Antigonid court; he was therefore very much familiar and contemporary with the events...
- infantry, and 30 Indian war elephants under his command on the left. The Antigonid phalanx of some 11,000 was deplo**** in the center, with 13 war elephants...
- Χαλκάσπιδες "Bronze Shields") made up one of the two probable corps of the Antigonid-era Macedonian phalanx in the ****enistic period, with the Leukaspides...
- successor states of the Diadochi : Ptolemaic dynasty Seleucid dynasty Antigonid dynasty Greco-Bactrian Kingdom Indo-Gr**** Kingdom In the Middle Ages,...
- Ptolemaic Egypt, Seleucid Mesopotamia and Central Asia, Attalid Anatolia, and Antigonid Macedon. In the process, both Alexander IV and Philip III were murdered...
- Republic and a noted general who conquered Macedon, putting an end to the Antigonid dynasty in the Third Macedonian War. His father was Lucius Aemilius...
- (son of Polyperchon) (d.314 BC) Alexander (Aetolian general) Alexander (Antigonid general) William Alexander, Lord Stirling (1726 - 1783) Harold Alexander...
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