(c.355- 288): Macedonian
lady, wife of Craterus.
Born as daughter of Antipater,
marriage to Alexander of Lyncestis, a Macedonian
Assassination of the Macedonian king Philip
Alexander of Lyncestis is the first to recognize the crown
Alexander invades Asia. Antipater remains as commander of the
Macedonian forces in Europe.
333: Alexander of Lyncestis is arrested; he is suspected of treason.
330: Execution of the Lyncestian.
marries Balacrus, satrap
Death of Balacrus
June 323: Death of Alexander in Babylon
of civil war
becomes very powerful; other commanders in Alexander's army join
Antipater concludes alliances against Perdiccas. He marries Phila to Craterus,
who is killed in action.
Birth of a son, who is also called Craterus
Antipater now marries his daughter to Demetrius,
the son of Antigonus
conducts negotiations for Demetrius with her brother Cassander, who has
succeeded Antipater and has made himself king of Macedonia,
Demetrius becomes king of Macedonia; his marriage with Phila offers
Demetrius is expelled; Phila commits suicide