Deidameia   - in ancient sources @

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  Deidameia   - sister of Pyrrhus, and wife of Demetrius
Wikipedia entry
303/16 captures Argos, where he marries Deidameia, the sister of Pyrrhus.
    Within translations:
Just_14.6 city of Pydna. Deidameia, the daughter of king Aeacides
Plut:Demetr_25 solemnities he married Deidameia, the daughter of Aeacid
Plut:Demetr_30 his money, and his wife Deidameia ; and in this distress
Plut:Demetr_32 archus. Meantime, Deidameia came to him from Greece, but
Plut:Demetr_53 king of Cyrene. By Deidameia he had Alexander, who took

  Deidameia 2   - daughter of Pyrrhus II, king of Epirus
Wikipedia entry
Polyaen_8.52.1 also: Diodorus, 11.45] [52] Deidameia. Deidameia,

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