Perdiccas   - in ancient sources @

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  Perdiccas   I - king of Macedonia, 7th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Euseb]:Chron_227 Tyrimias reigned for 43 years. Perdiccas for 42 years. He
Euseb]:Chron_229 Tyrimias - for 43 years Perdiccas - for 48 years Argaeus
Just_7.2 After him reigned Perdiccas, whose life was distinguished

  Perdiccas 2   II - king of Macedonia; died in 413 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Athen_05.217 a long time. Now Perdiccas was king before Archelaus,
Euseb]:Chron_227 who reigned for 44 years. Then Perdiccas was king for 22
Euseb]:Chron_229 Alexander - for 44 years Perdiccas - for 23 years Archelau
Philoch_126 Athen_5.217'd & The reign of Perdiccas, king of Macedoni

  Perdiccas 3   III - king of Macedonia, 368-359 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Athen_11.508 was staying with king Perdiccas in Macedonia, was not
Euseb]:Chron_227 year. Ptolemy for 3 years. Perdiccas for 5 years. Phil
Euseb]:Chron_229 of Alorus - for 3 years Perdiccas - for 6 years Philippus
Just_7.4 three sons, Alexander, Perdiccas, and Philippus, the fat
Polyaen_03.10.14 Timotheus, assisted by Perdiccas, was commanding in a
Polyaen_04.10.1 himself at their head. [10] Perdiccas. In a war between
Polyaen_04.10.2 victory. When Perdiccas was short of money, in his
Polyaen_08.60.1 Amyntas, son of Perdiccas; and, losing him soon after,

  Perdiccas 4   - Macedonian regent after the death of Alexander the Great
Wikipedia entry
324/40 Perdiccas, Eumenes and Seleucus are promoted to new posts following
323/45 Macedonians agree to appoint Perdiccas to be regent, with Craterus
322/5b is due to stand trial before Perdiccas, is freed by his brothers.
322/6 Eumenes decides to leave Leonnatus, and joins Perdiccas.
322/10 Perdiccas defeats and kills Ariarathes of Cappadocia, and appoints
322/21 Perdiccas attacks the Isaurians, who commit suicide to avoid being
321/2 amians return to their island, after Perdiccas expels the Athenians.
321/17 Perdiccas decides to marry Cleopatra, the sister of Alexander the Gre
321/19 Perdiccas attempts to punish Antigonus for his disloyalty, but Antigo
321/20 Antipater withdraws from Aetolia, in order to attack Perdiccas.
320/1 Demades urges Perdiccas to cross over into Europe to attack Antipater
320/2 Perdiccas consults with his advisers, and decides to attack Ptolemaeu
320/6 Perdiccas settles affairs in Babylonia and Cyprus, before advancing
320/8 Perdiccas builds a new city at Samaria.
320/9 maeus fights off an attack by Perdiccas on the "Fort of the Camels".
320/12 Perdiccas' army suffer heavy casualties while trying to cross the Nil
320/13 Perdiccas is murdered by his own officers.
320/14 leaders after the death of Perdiccas, and Eumenes is declared a pub
320/15 talus, the brother-in-law of Perdiccas, takes his fleet to Tyre, but
    Within translations:
Arrian:Fr_1 nders of the latter were Perdiccas the son of Orontes, Leo
Arrian:Fr_9 letter which he wrote to Perdiccas, begging him to rescue
Athen_12.539 purple carpet. And Perdiccas and Craterus, who were fond
ChronSynt_90 Tyrimias for 38 years Perdiccas for 51 years Argus for
Diog_Laert_10.1 driven out of Samos by Perdiccas, Epicurus went to Colop
FGrH_155.1 ted, and also epileptic, Perdiccas was appointed to be gua
FGrH_155.4 fter Ptolemy defeated Perdiccas in Egypt, as was relate
FGrH_255.10 sed over to Asia against Perdiccas, and made the second
Hieron:Chron_1694 The start of the Lamian War. Perdiccas attacked the Egyp
Hieron:Chron_1721 city of the Samaritans, which Perdiccas had previously
Just_12.15 finger, and gave it to Perdiccas; an act which tranquill
Just_14.1 When Eumenes found that Perdiccas was slain, that he hims
Just_14.4 inkled with the blood of Perdiccas, and that planned a sim
Just_15.1 rd. BOOK 15 [15.1] Perdiccas and his brother, with Eumenes
Just_13.2 13 The opinion of Perdiccas was adopted with the consent
Lucian:Macr_13 captured in the battle with Perdiccas and crucified.
Memn_4 les from Heracleia urged Perdiccas, who had taken over the
Plut:Eum_* 1-5 * ath of Hephaestion, when Perdiccas had the post of that
Plut:Eum_8 been brought sooner to Perdiccas, none but he would have
Polyaen_04.19.1 Ptolemy. When Perdiccas had marched down to the river
Polyaen_06.49.1 Babylon, he was sent to Perdiccas at Ephesus, to stand
Porph:Fr_41 icant kings; by which he means Perdiccas and Craterus and
PsCallisth_3.31 twenty present: Perdiccas, Meleager, Python, Leonnatus,

  Perdiccas 5   - son of Coenus; a Macedonian landowner
297/7a Syll_332, recording a grant of land given by Cassander to Perdiccas.

  Perdiccas   - in documents
Inscr_59 (181/0)   Korrhagos [son] of Perdikkas, one of the metics in

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