), a native of Cyprus, was an officer in the service of Alexander the Great, and must have attained to considerable distinction, though his name is not mentioned during the lifetime of that monarch; as only two years after his death, in the second division of the provinces at Triparadeisus (B. C. 321), Stasander obtained the important satrapy of Aria and Drangiana, in which he succeeded Stasanor (Arr. apud Phot. p. 71.
b; Diod. 18.39
In the contest between Eumenes and Antigonus, he sided with the former, whom he joined with all the forces he could master, and we find him particularly mentioned as taking part in the decisive action in Gabiene. Hence, after the final triumph of Antigonus, he was deprived by the conqueror of his satrapy, which was given to Euitus. (Diod. 19.14. 27