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Lysimachus

[ lahy-sim-uh-kuhs ]
/ laɪˈsɪm ə kəs /
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noun
361?–281 b.c., Macedonian general: king of Thrace 306–281.
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Lysimachus
/ (laɪˈsɪməkəs) /

noun
?360–281 bc, Macedonian general under Alexander the Great; king of Thrace (323–281); killed in battle by Seleucus I
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