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Antipatrid dynasty

  Kingdom of Cassander
Other Diadochi
  Kingdom of Seleucus
  Kingdom of Lysimachus
  Kingdom of Ptolemy
  Epirus
Other
  Carthage
  Rome

The Antipatrid dynasty was a dynasty of the ancient Greek kingdom of Macedon founded by Cassander, the son of Antipater, who declared himself King of Macedon in 302 BC. This dynasty did not last long; in 294 BC it was swiftly overthrown by the Antigonid dynasty.

Members of the Antipatrid dynasty:

External links

  • List of the Kings of Macedonia
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