Iollas - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- son of Antipater
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der shows anger towards Cassander and Iollas, the sons of Antipater.
At the same time Iollas and Archias came to Perdiccas
brothers Philippus and Iollas, was accustomed to attend
decree conferring honours upon Iolas, who was supposed to
enion, Craterus, Philip, Iollas, Machetes, Thrasyleon, Mac
PsCallisth_* 3.31-33 *
and to tell his brother Iollas confidentially about the
an emetic. Then Iollas, smearing one with the poison,
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