a general of Alexander the Great and king of Macedonia; lost one eye; killed in a battle at Ipsus (382-301 BC)
- Antigonus, king of Macedonia, had a soldier who was venturesome, but whose health was miserable.
- Ptolemy was defeated in 306 by Antigonus I Monophthalmus, though he and the others rebuffed Antigonus' attack on Egypt.
- With the defeat of the Gauls in Greece (279), he and Antigonus signed a pact of nonintervention.
- Antigonus considered Antipater's daughter Phila, in spite of the disparity of her years, an advantageous match for Demetrius.
- son of Antigonus Cyclops and king of Macedonia;
- son of Antigonus Cyclops and king of Macedonia; he and his father were defeated at the battle of Ipsus (337-283 BC).