Zipoetes - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- ruler (later king) of Bithynia, c. 326 - 278 B.C.
of Antigonus, frees Chalcedon from a siege by Zipoetes of Bithynia.
Zipoetes proclaims himself king of Bithynia; the start of the local
Death of Zipoetes of Bithynia, who is succeeded by his son Nicomede
to Seleucus. But Zipoetes, the ruler of the Bithynians,
cceeded by his son Zipoetes, an excellent warrior who kill
Zipoetes → see
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