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A Dictionary of Greek and Roman biography and mythology (ed. William Smith) 31 31 Browse Search
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Appian, Syrian Wars (ed. Horace White), CHAPTER IX (search)
time he augmented his power greatly. Nevertheless Antigonus warded off the attack of Ptolemy and gained a splendid naval victory over him near Cyprus, in which his son Demetrius was the commander. On account of this very notable exploit the army began to call both Antigonus and Demetrius kings, as their own kings (Ardi├Žus, the son of Philip and Olympias, and the two sons of Alexander) were now dead. Ptolemy's army also Y.R. 442 saluted him as king lest by inferiority of rank he should be B.C. 312 deemed less lofty than the victors in the late battle. Thus for these men similar consequences followed contrary events. All the others followed suit, and all the satraps became kings. In this way Seleucus became king of Babylonia. He also acquired the kingdom of Media, slaying with his own hand in battle Nicator whom Antigonus had left as satrap of that country. He afterward waged many wars with Macedonians and barbarians. The two principal ones were with Macedonians, the second with L