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The Battle of Byzantium (Byzantion) was a battle in the wars of the successors of Alexander the Great (see Diadochi) between the general Antigonus Monopthalmus and Cleitus the White. It was a two-day-battle fought near Byzantium at the Hellespont in 317 BC and resulted in a stunning Antigonid victory.

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  • The Battle of Byzantium (Byzantion) was a battle in the wars of the successors of Alexander the Great (see Diadochi) between the general Antigonus Monopthalmus and Cleitus the White. It was a two-day-battle fought near Byzantium at the Hellespont in 317 BC and resulted in a stunning Antigonid victory.
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  • 40.2 26.4
casualties
  • unknown
  • Cleitus the White
  • Cleitus's entire force was captured or killed
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  • The coalition of Antigonus Monophtalmus and Cassander
  • The coalition of Polyperchon and Cleitus the White
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  • Antigonus Monophthalmus
  • Cleitus the White
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  • Battle of Byzantium
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  • the Second War of the Diadochi
place
  • near Byzantium
result
  • Antigonid victory
strength
  • unknown
  • The land assault: a large force of archers, slingers and peltasts
  • Diod. 100+ ships
  • First battle:
  • Poly. 130 ships ----Second battle:
  • The sea assault: 60 ships
  • slightly larger ----Second battle:
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  • The Battle of Byzantium (Byzantion) was a battle in the wars of the successors of Alexander the Great (see Diadochi) between the general Antigonus Monopthalmus and Cleitus the White. It was a two-day-battle fought near Byzantium at the Hellespont in 317 BC and resulted in a stunning Antigonid victory.
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  • unknown
combatant
  • The coalition ofAntigonus MonophtalmusandCassander
  • The coalition ofPolyperchonandCleitus the White
result
  • Antigonid victory
strength
  • ----Second battle:
  • Diod. 100+ ships
  • First battle:
  • Poly. 130 ships
  • The sea assault: 60 ships
  • slightly larger
  • unknown (Cleitus's entire army and fleet)
  • The land assault: a large force of archers, slingers andpeltasts
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