In 287 Lysimachus transferred a part of the population to his new city at Ephesus.
In the case of Lysimachus, however, both these objects failed.
Strabo, however, attributes its re-establishment to Antigonus and Lysimachus.
Arsinoe, whom Lysimachus married, was the daughter of Ptolemy and Berenice.
Aristides, the son of Lysimachus, was of the tribe Antiochis, and township of Alopece.
She had her sons with her, who, as the children of Lysimachus, were heirs to the throne.
Lysimachus could not conceal his preference of the more refined and luxurious dainties, or his dislike of the Scythian diet.
Is this a slight matter about which you and Lysimachus are deliberating?
Asia Minor, the kingdom of Lysimachus, had indeed less of unity than the other three states.
Lysimachus asked him with a quiet smile, "And where was I all the time?"