Cassander



c354-297 b.c, king of Macedonia 301-297 (son of Antipater).
Historical Examples

She sent messengers off to Cassander, urging him to come immediately and join her.
Pyrrhus Jacob Abbott

Antipater had a son named Cassander, who was a general in his army.
Pyrrhus Jacob Abbott

This city was built by king Cassander, in the pass which connects the territory of Pallene with the rest of Macedonia.
The History of Rome, Books 37 to the End Titus Livius

Cassander proved to be too strong for Polysperchon in Greece.
Pyrrhus Jacob Abbott

Cassander, Ptolemy, Lysimachus, and Seleucus all likewise called themselves kings.
Aunt Charlotte’s Stories of Greek History Charlotte M. Yonge

Cassander, of course, watched for it, and seized it himself when it came.
Pyrrhus Jacob Abbott

Seleucus fled to Ptolemy, and entered into a league with him , together with Lysimachus and Cassander.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 2, Slice 2 Various

Cassander then sent a band of two hundred soldiers to put her to death.
Pyrrhus Jacob Abbott

Of course, the tidings of these proceedings were not long in reaching Cassander.
Pyrrhus Jacob Abbott

I think also that Cassander’s punishment was deferred that Thebes might be repeopled.
Plutarch’s Morals Plutarch

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