Ipsus


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a battle between the successors of Alexander the Great (301 BC)

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These centres are called Integrated or Joint Personnel Support Units (IPSU).
With the exception of the brief period after the Battle of Gaza, between the winter of 312 and spring of 311, (22) Antigonus dominated the eastern Mediterranean from his arrival in Phoenicia, after expelling Seleucus from Babylon, until the battle of Ipsus.
Harding, From the End of the Peloponnesian War to the Battle of Ipsus (Cambridge, 1985), no.
10 'ab ipsus cunabulis/Sum armatus feliciter', Grimald, Christus Redivivus, II.
One, "A man is the architect of his own fortunes," which is particularly attractive in Plautus' version, "Nam sapiens quidem pol ipsus fingit fortunam sibi [For I tell you a man, a wise man, molds his own destiny]," is even repeated: a form of it appears in Melibee's first alexandrine and again in his second.