Antigonus I

[an-tig-uh-nuh s]
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noun

Cyclops, 382?–301 b.c., Macedonian general under Alexander the Great.

Antigonus II

noun

Gonatus, c319–239 b.c., king of Macedonia 283–239 (son of Demetrius I).
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Historical Examples of antigonus

  • A soldier of Antigonus was once ill with a terrible disease, the pain of which robbed him of all joy in life.

  • Antigonus, elated by the successes of Demetrius at Cyprus, at once marched to attack Ptolemy.

  • Antigonus was not the man to neglect the opportunity thus afforded to him.

  • Antigonus hêde among fêlo ôtherum ênnen svn, thi hête Demêtrius, åfter tonômad thene stêda winner.

  • He dreamed that Antigonus with all his army was running a race in the circus.



British Dictionary definitions for antigonus

Antigonus I

noun

known as Cyclops. 382–301 bc, Macedonian general under Alexander the Great; king of Macedon (306–301)
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