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6. Son of Ptolemy, an officer appointed by Antipater in B. C. 321, to be one of the Somatophylaces of the titular king, Philip Arrhidaeus. (Arr. apud Phot. p. 72a.) Nothing more is known of him, but Droysen conjectures that he was a son of No. 4. (Hellenism. vol. i. p. 154.)

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