Antipater

(c. 398-319 BC) General of Alexander the Great, and regent of Macedonia in the king's absence 334-323 BC. On Alexander's death 323 BC Antipater was appointed joint regent with Craterus, his son-in-law....
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Antipater

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Antipater

Macedonian general, regent of Macedonia (334–23) and of the Macedonian Empire (321–319) whose death signalled the end of centralized authority in ... [9 related articles]
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Antipater

son of Herod the Great, who conspired against his half brothers Aristobulus and Alexander for the succession to the throne of Judaea and secured ...
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Antipater

Antipater (ăntip'utur) , d. 319 B.C., Macedonian general. He was one of the ablest and most trusted lieutenants of Philip II and was a friend and supporter of Alexander the Great. When Alexander went on his Asian campaign, Antipater was left as regent (334–323 B.C.) in Macedon. He re...
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Antipater

Antipater, in the New Testament: see Herod.
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Antipater

Antipater was a general and friend of Philip of Macedon. He was the father of Alexander the Great. On the death of Alexander, in 323 BC., the regency of Macedonia was assigned to Antipater, who succeeded in establishing the Macedonian rule in Greece on a firm footing. He died in 317 BC at an advanced age.
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Antipater

[son of Herod the Great] Antipater II (Ἀντίπατρος; c. 46 – 4 BC) was Herod the Great`s first-born son, his only child by his first wife Doris. He was named after his paternal grandfather Antipater the Idumaean. He and his mother were exiled after Herod divorced her between 43 BC and 40 BC to marry Mariamne I. However, he was re...
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