Antigonus

Antigonus (Antig`onus) , surnamed the Cyclops or One-eyed, one of the generals of Alexander the Great, made himself master of all Asia Minor, excited the jealousy of his rivals; was defeated and slain at Ipsus, in Phrygia, 301 B.C.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Antigone, The Modern * Antigonus
Anthon, Charles
Anthrax
Anthropoid apes
Anthropology
Anthropomorphism
Anti`bes
Antichrist
Anticosti
Antig`one`
Antigone, The Modern
Antig`onus
Antigonus
Antigonus Gonatas
Antigua
Antilles
Antimony
Antinomianism
Antinomy
Antin`ous
An`tioch
Anti`ochus

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