Historical Map of the Kingdoms
(Successors) of the Macedonian Empire
Situation after the
of Ipsus 301 BC
Kingdoms of the Diadochi (Successors) after the battle of Ipsus
Kingdom of Lysimachus
Kingdom of Ptolemy
Kingdom of Cassander
Kingdom of Seleucus
Boundaries of the satrapies formed at the partition after the
death of Alexander (323 BC)
The countries not fully subjected, i.e. spheres of influence are
marked with a colored border.
Situation at the beginning of the struggle with Rome about 200 BC
Kingdoms of the Diadochi (Successors) at the beginning of the
struggle with Rome (about 200 BC)
Territory recovered for the Seleucid dominions by Antiochus III
1. that of the Galatians, because they constituted a foreign
element in the kingdoms of the Diadochi;
2. that of the free states of Greece, because the scale of the
map is too small to show their political outlines.
University of Texas at Austin.
Historical Atlas by William Shepherd (1923-26).
About Alexander the Great
About Antiochus III
Map of the Macedonian Empire From 200 BC