She and Lysandra were sisters, or, rather, half-sisters—being daughters of the same father.
Still, the position and the influence of Lysandra were very high.
Seleucus was pleased with the pretext afforded him, by the coming of Lysandra, for embarking in new wars.
Lysandra was, in a short time, followed in her flight by many of the nobles and chieftains of Macedon, who had espoused her cause.
Lysandra was overwhelmed with consternation and sorrow at this event.
The name of the son was Ptolemy Ceraunus; that of the daughter was Lysandra.