When the king perceived what disposition he was in towards these
orphans, he was angry at it, and a suspicion came into his mind as to those
sons whom he had put to death, whether that had not been brought about
by the false tales of Antipater; so that at that time he made Antipater
a long and a peevish answer, and bid him begone. Yet was he afterwards
prevailed upon cunningly by his flatteries, and changed the marriages;
he married Aristobulus's daughter to him, and his son to Pheroras's daughter.