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Ipsus

[ ip-suhs ]
/ ˈɪp səs /
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noun
an ancient village in central Asia Minor, in Phrygia: the scene of a battle (301 b.c.) between the successors of Alexander the Great.
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Ipsus
/ (ˈɪpsəs) /

noun
an ancient town in Asia Minor, in S Phrygia: site of a decisive battle (301 bc) in the Wars of the Diadochi in which Lysimachus and Seleucus defeated Antigonus and Demetrius
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