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Lysandra

[ li-san-druh, lahy- ]

noun

  1. a female given name.


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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.

She and Lysandra were sisters, or, rather, half-sisters—being daughters of the same father.

The name of the son was Ptolemy Ceraunus; that of the daughter was Lysandra.

Still, the position and the influence of Lysandra were very high.

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