Attalus

(269-197 BCE) ruler of Pergamum, a city in Asia Minor (modern-day Turkey); Attalus was a skilled diplomat and he brought Pergamum to its initial prominence.
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Attalus

[general] Attalus (Greek: Ἄτταλος; c. 390 BC – 336 BC), important courtier of Macedonian king Philip II of Macedonia. In 339 BC, Attalus` niece Cleopatra Eurydice married king Philip II of Macedonia. In spring of 336 BC, Philip II appointed Attalus and Parmenion as commanders of the advance force that would invade the Persian Empi...
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Attalus

[son of Andromenes] Attalus (Greek: Ἄτταλος; fl. 4th century BC), son of Andromenes the Stymphaean, and one of Alexander`s officers, was accused with his brothers, Amyntas and Simmias, of having been engaged in the conspiracy of Philotas, 330 BC, but was acquitted, together with his brothers. In 328 BC, Attalus was left with Polyper...
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