Biography of Cyclops Antigonus


Antigonus, Cyclops (or "one-eyed"), a distinguished general of Alexander the Great, on whose death he became Governor of Phrygia, Lycia, and Pamphylia. After defeating and slaying Eumenes and waging other successful wars, assumed the title of king. His ambitious schemes united his rivals, and he was slain in battle at Ipsus, 301 B.C.