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Perila'us

2. A Macedonian officer, who was one of the three deputies sent by Meleager and Arrhidaeus to treat with the party of Perdiccas and Leonnatus, during the dissensions at Babylon immediately after the death of Alexander (Curt. 10.8.15). He afterwards attached himself to Antigonus, by whom he was appointed, in B. C. 315, to command an army in the southern provinces of Asia Minor ; but was defeated and taken prisoner by Polycleitus, the general of Seleucus. (Diod. 19.64.)

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