- c.355: Born as daughter of Antipater,
- First marriage to Alexander of Lyncestis, a Macedonian nobleman
- 336: Assassination of the Macedonian king Philip II (text). Alexander of Lyncestis is the first to recognize the crown prince, Alexander, as king.
- 334: Alexander invades Asia. Antipater remains as commander of the Macedonian forces in Europe.
- Early 333: Alexander of Lyncestis is arrested; he is suspected of treason.
- December 330: Execution of the Lyncestian.
- Phila marries Balacrus, satrap of Cilicia
- 324?: Death of Balacrus
- 11 June 323: Death of Alexander in Babylon (text); outbreak of civil war
- Perdiccas becomes very powerful; other commanders in Alexander's army join against him
- c.321: Antipater concludes alliances against Perdiccas. He marries Phila to Craterus, who is killed in action.
- 320?: Birth of a son, who is also called Craterus
- 320: Antipater now marries his daughter to Demetrius, the son of Antigonus Monophthalmus
- Birth of Antigonus II Gonatas
- Birth of Stratonice I
- 299: Phila conducts negotiations for Demetrius with her brother Cassander, who has succeeded Antipater and has made himself king of Macedonia, and Seleucus I Nicator
- 294: Demetrius becomes king of Macedonia; his marriage with Phila offers legitimation
- 288: Demetrius is expelled; Phila commits suicide