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361 BCE - 281 BCE: Life of Lysimachus.
328 BCE: Lysimachus becomes one of Alexander's bodyguards.
323 BCE: Death of Alexander the Great.
321 BCE: Lysimachus marries Antipater's daughter Nicaea.
320 BCE: Ephesos re-named Arsineia by General Lysimachus following Alexander the Great's death.
309 BCE: Lysimachus founds the city of Lysimachia to secure the Dardanelles.
305 BCE: Lysimachus assumes the title of king.
301 BCE - 320 BCE: Doric temple to Athena and fortifications of Lysimachus built at Troy.
301 BCE: Battle of Ipsos. Death of Antigonos, rise to power of Lysimachus and Seleucus.
301 BCE: The Battle of Ipsus in central Phrygia where Lysimachus and Seleucus I defeat Antigonus I and Demetrius I.
300 BCE: Lysimachus marries Arsinoe II, the daughter of Ptolemy I.
292 BCE: Lysimachus is captured by Dromichaites, the king of Getae and forced to surrender Trans-Danubian territories.
284 BCE: Lysimachus drives Pyrrhus out of Macedon.
281 BCE: Lysimachus is defeated by Seleucus I at Corupedium.