Antigone of Macedon
She was the child born to the nobleman Cassander by unnamed mother. Antigone was a relative to the powerful Regent Antipater as she was his niece. Her father and paternal uncle were the sons of Iolaus and through her father Antigone was a distant collateral relative to the Argead dynasty.
Antigone was originally from either Paliura or Eordeaea. Little is known on her life. Antigone married a Macedonian nobleman from obscure origins called Magas who was from Eordeaea. Antigone and Magas lived in Eordeaea and had a daughter called Berenice I of Egypt.
- Ptolemaic Genealogy: Berenice I, Footnote 3
- Berenice I article at Livius.org
- Ptolemaic Dynasty - Affiliated Lines: The Antipatrids
- Ptolemaic Genealogy: Berenice I, Footnote 2
- Heckel, Who’s who in the age of Alexander the Great: prosopography of Alexander’s empire, p. 71