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- son of Antipater; king of Macedonia, 316-297 B.C.
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lexander shows anger towards Cassander and Iollas, the sons of Antipa
eath together with his son Demeas by Cassander the son of Antipater.
Nicanor is sent to Athens by Cassander and gains control of the fort
Cassander goes to Asia to seek help from Antigonus for a war against
Cassander arrives at Peiraeus with a force provided by Antigonus.
Cassander attacks the island of Salamis, but is forced back by Polype
Athenians agree terms with Cassander, who sets up Demetrius of Phal
Cassander puts Nicanor to death.
Cassander invades Macedonia and expels Polyperchon.
Eurydice appoints Cassander regent in place of Polyperchon.
beginning of the reign of Cassander, according to some calculation
Cassander invades the Peloponnese, and the Spartans build walls round
Cassander besieges Olympias at Pydna.
Callas, the general of Cassander, corrupts the army of Polyperchon.
Olympias surrenders to Cassander.
Cassander puts Olympias to death.
Cassander marries Thessalonice, the daughter of Philippus.
Cassander imprisons Roxane and her son Alexander at Amphipolis.
Cassander arranges for the burial of Philippus and Eurydice.
Cassander founds the city of Cassandreia on the site of Potideia: Lys
Cassander refounds Thebes, but Crates refuses to take part in the res
Cassander invades the Peloponnese, and wins over Argos and most of
Cassander founds the city of Thessalonice.
gonus rejects an ultimatum from Ptolemy, Seleucus, and Cassander.
Cassander invades the Peloponnese.
Antigonus declares Cassander a public enemy, and promises freedom to
Alexander is persuaded to change sides by Cassander.
Cassander persuades the people of Acarnania to move into fortified
Cassander invades Illyria, and captures Epidamnus.
ides drives Aristoteles, the admiral of Cassander, away from Lemnos.
pes from an ambush and captures Eupolemus, the general of Cassander.
Philippus the brother of Cassander defeats and kills Aeacides, the
Cassander besieges Oreus in Euboea.
fleet in Boeotia, and forces Cassander to abandon the siege of Oreius
force the garrisons left by Cassander to abandon Apollonia and Epida
Lyciscus, the general of Cassander, defeats Alcetas.
Cassander is defeated while attacking Apollonia.
agrees to a peace treaty with Cassander, Lysimachus, and Ptolemy.
Cassander helps Audoleon, king of the Paeonians, after an invasion
Cassander murders Alexander IV and his mother Roxane.
racles is put to death after Cassander and Polyperchon come to an agr
rinth, but leaves again after coming to an agreement with Cassander.
between the Athenians and Cassander; Demochares strengthens the
having secret dealings with Cassander, and is forced to go into exil
piodorus defeats the army of Cassander at Elateia, with help from the
Cassander and Lysimachus take the title of king.
Supplies from Ptolemy, Cassander, and Lysimachus reach Rhodes.
329, two Athenian decrees referring to the war against Cassander.
Demetrius drives Cassander's army out of Attica and pursues it as far
odemus of Messene transfers his support from Cassander to Demetrius.
Breakdown of negotiations between Cassander and Demetrius.
Cassander instigates a coalition with the other kings against Antigon
ntigonus to return to Asia, and he agrees to a truce with Cassander.
enian decree in honour of Poseidippus after an embassy to Cassander.
Peace between Cassander and Athens.
Cassander attacks a fortified camp of Gauls on Mount Haemus.
Cassander is disturbed by the sight of a statue of Alexander.
Cassander commissions a famous painting by Philoxenus of Eretria, of
Cassander memorises large parts of the poems of Homerus.
Syll_332, recording a grant of land given by Cassander to Perdiccas.
The policy of Cassander towards the Greek states.
Death of Cassander.
Death of Philippus, son of Cassander.
Lysimachus kills Antipater, son of Cassander.
list of honours granted to Cassander of Alexandria Troas by Delphi
- in documents
(197-175) hos and Archon:  Kassandros of Alexandria Tr
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