Craterus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- son of Alexander; a general of Alexander the Great
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Alexander orders Craterus to give Phocion the revenue from a city in
saying of Alexander about Hephaestion and Craterus.
Perdiccas to be regent, with Craterus and Antipater in supporting rol
Craterus brings another Macedonian army to join Antipater in Thessaly
rates and Demetrius of Phalerum as envoys to Antipater and Craterus.
Craterus joins Neoptolemus in another attack on Eumenes, but they are
forces in Europe; that Craterus should look after the
efuge with Antipater and Craterus in Macedonia, informed
country, was a friend of Craterus, he deprived Philotas
And Perdiccas and Craterus, who were fond of athletic exe
entertainment given by Craterus, praised this boy very
was written in honour of Craterus the Macedonian, of which
hose that were sent home Craterus was appointed leader,
Just_* 13.2-6 *
ted Leonatus, Perdiccas, Craterus, and Antipater, as his
lexander gave this Amastris to Craterus, one of his closes
and had been married to Craterus, who, of all the success
Plut:Eum_* 5-10 *
About that time Craterus and Antipater having reduced
nds, he seemed most to respect Craterus, and to love Hepha
afterwards, when he sent Craterus into Macedonia, ordered
Soon after this Craterus passed over from Asia with a
possession of Paeonia.  Craterus. When the Tyrians
which he means Perdiccas and Craterus and Lysimachus.
nd, and Hephaistion, and Craterus and my other companions
ntipater to himself so he sent Craterus into Macedonia.
- brother of Antigonus Gonatus
Cleonymus captures Troezen from Craterus.
Craterus, governor of Corinth, remains loyal to his half-brother Anti
Alexander the son of Craterus rebels against Antigonus.
The death of Alexander son of Craterus.
of Thessaly - victor in the four-horse chariot race at the Olympic Games, 296 B.C.
gathocles ... ... Craterus of Thessaly, [in] the race for
- a eunuch, the guardian of Antiochus Cyzicenus
who was brought up by Craterus the eunuch at Cyzicus,
(129-117) s statue of Krateros of Antioch, the so
- in documents
(163) chos Stratokles Krateros Diphilos Archibios Diophan
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