Definition of Battle of Ipsus
1. Noun. A battle between the successors of Alexander the Great (301 BC); Lysimachus and Seleucus defeated Antigonus and Demetrius.
Generic synonyms: Pitched Battle
Geographical relationships: Anatolia, Asia Minor
Lexicographical Neighbors of Battle Of Ipsus
Literary usage of Battle of Ipsus
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Historians' History of the World: A Comprehensive Narrative of the Rise by Henry Smith Williams (1904)
"battle of Ipsus Demetrius conducted into Thessaly an army of fifty-six thousand ... In the ensuing spring was fought the decisive battle of Ipsus in Phrygia ..."
2. The History of Greece by Connop Thirlwall (1855)
"FROM THE battle of Ipsus TO THE DEATH OF PYRRHUS. Consequences of the Battle of Ipsus. — Movements of Demetrius. — His Alliance with Seleucus and with ..."
3. A History of Greece: From the Earliest Times to the Roman Conquest. With by William Smith (1897)
"FROM THE DEATH OF ALEXANDER THE GREAT TO THE battle of Ipsus. § 1. Division of the provinces after ... battle of Ipsus, and death of Antigonus. § 1. ..."
4. History of the Hebrews: Their Political, Social and Religious Development by Frank Knight Sanders (1914)
"Their fortunes varied during the next two decades; but at the battle of Ipsus in 301 BC, Western Asia was virtually divided between Ptolemy, who took Egypt, ..."
5. Ancient History by George Rawlinson (1887)
"History of the " Successors" of Alexander from his death to the battle of Ipsus, Bc 323—301. Alexander's death was so sudden and unexpected that no ..."
6. The History of Greece by Connop Thirlwall (1855)
"RESULTS OF THE battle of Ipsus. some districts near the Propontis: and here ... So far as regards Asia, the battle of Ipsus must be Results considered as a ..."