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But while he was still undergoing the exile of which I have spoken, Alexander died,1 and the Greek states proceeded to form a league again, while Leosthenes was displaying deeds of valour and walling Antipater up in Lamia, where he held him in siege.

1 At Babylon, in May, 323 B.C.

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