Cassander

[kuh-san-der]
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noun

c354-297 b.c., king of Macedonia 301-297 (son of Antipater).

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  • Cassander then sent a band of two hundred soldiers to put her to death.

    Pyrrhus

    Jacob Abbott

  • Antipater had a son named Cassander, who was a general in his army.

    Pyrrhus

    Jacob Abbott

  • Cassander proved to be too strong for Polysperchon in Greece.

    Pyrrhus

    Jacob Abbott

  • Olympias adhered to Polysperchon, while Eurydice favored Cassander's cause.

    Pyrrhus

    Jacob Abbott

  • Of course, the tidings of these proceedings were not long in reaching Cassander.

    Pyrrhus

    Jacob Abbott