Magas of Macedon
Magas married the noblewoman Antigone, the child of Cassander and the niece of the powerful Regent Antipater. His marriage to Antigone reveals that Magas was a nobleman of some social status and influence as he married a close relation to the powerful Regent and his wife was a distant collateral relative to the Argead dynasty. After Magas married Antigone, they settled in Eordaea. Antigone born Magas a daughter; his only known child Berenice I of Egypt. Magas had two namesakes: his grandson Magas of Cyrene and his great, great grandson Magas of Egypt.
- Ptolemaic Genealogy: Berenice I, Footnote 2 Archived 2011-10-05 at the Wayback Machine
- Heckel, Who’s who in the age of Alexander the Great: prosopography of Alexander’s empire, Wiley-Blackwell, 2006, p.71
- Ptolemaic Dynasty – Affiliated Lines: The Antipatrids Archived 2011-07-16 at the Wayback Machine