Leonnatus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- son of Anteas; an officer of Alexander the Great
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Eumenes decides to leave Leonnatus, and joins Perdiccas.
Leonnatus joins the Macedonian army in Thessaly, but he is killed in
ccas the son of Orontes, Leonnatus the son of Anthes, Ptol
the palaestra. And Leonnatus and Menelaus, who were very
be born, they appointed Leonatus, Perdiccas, Craterus,
friends of Alexander. First, Leonnatus proposed to usurp Macedonia,
The Athenians then encountered Leonnatus, who was bringing help
territory of this race by Leonnatus at the order of Alexander;
the Great's generals Craterus, Leonnatus and Meleager, though I
was king of them; but Leonnatus and Antigonus were to
a great battle, though Leonatus and the Macedonians from
iccas, Meleager, Python, Leonnatus, Cassander, Peucestes,
apy on the Hellespont to Leonnatus and gives him as a wife
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