Why Did the Successors Meet at Triparadeisus?

Ian Worthington

Abstract

This note puts forward an alternative suggestion for why the Successors met at Triparadeisus in 320 that calls into doubt the prevailing opinion that they were constantly at loggerheads with each other.

Keywords

Diadochs, Tripradeisos, Syria, Early Hellenistic period

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