Sosthenes - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- general of the Macedonians, 279-278 B.C.
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Sosthenes expels Antipater, and proclaims himself general of the Mace
Brennus defeats Sosthenes.
The death of Sosthenes, which is followed by two years of anarchy in
aeus Ceraunus for 1 year Sosthenes for 2 years Antigonus
ruling for 45 days by Sosthenes, a commoner who conside
Antipater for 45 days, Sosthenes for two years, and the
Euseb]:Chron_* 241-245 *
Lysimachus - for 45 days Sosthenes - for 2 years (Anarchy)
33. Antipater for 2 months 34. Sosthenes for 2 years 35.
Antipater, for 45 days. Then Sosthenes, for 2 years. Pto
were thus in despair, Sosthenes, one of the Macedonian
the fields and villages, Sosthenes met him with his army
Macedonians chose Sosthenes as their leader, after whom
- in documents
(196-146) Corcyra, the son of Sosthenes Race for young riding
(170-159) fortune. Attalos to Sosthenes and Herodes, g
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