Alcetas - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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II - king of Epirus, 313-312 B.C.
eacides, the king of Epirus; Alcetas becomes the next king of Epirus.
Lyciscus, the general of Cassander, defeats Alcetas.
Alcetas is assassinated.
- king of Macedonia in the sixth century B.C.
ars Aeropus for 25 years Alcetas for 22 years Amyntas for
years. Aeropus for 20 years. Alcetas for 18 years. Amynt
years Aeropus - for 20 years Alcetas - for 18 years. In
- son of Orontes; a Macedonian general, killed in 319 B.C.
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decrees of Ephesus in honour of Cleitus, Alcetas and Neoptolemus.
Alcetas kills Cynane, but her daughter Eurydice is given as wife
Asander the general of Antipater is defeated by Alcetas.
Alcetas commits suicide after being defeated in a surprise attack by
red Cleopatra, but his brother Alcetas persuaded him to
(322/1) A] To Kleitos and Alketas. Since they are ze
rus and Antipater. Alcetas, the brother of Perdiccas, and
Pithon of Illyria, and Alcetas, the brother of Perdiccas
appadocia; and wrote to Alcetas and Neoptolemus to obey
Celaenae. There Alcetas, Polemon, and Docimus contended
enemy, who were commanded by Alcetas. He therefore carri
the Macedonian army, and Alcetas with a powerful force adv
- author of a book about the offerings at Delphi
cles," as we are told by Alcetas, in the second book of
- a Spartan commander, 4th century B.C.
Xenophon, Hell_3.1'20]  & Alcetas. Alcetas the Laceda
- a "prisoner from Asia", 3rd century B.C.
ap_2.392, an order for the payment of rent on the land of Alcetas
- in documents
(272-260) Hageson of Stration, Alketas of Phoitiai, Alkino
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