The Wars of the Diadochi (Ancient Greek: Πόλεμοι τῶν Διαδὀχων, Pólemoi tōn Diadóchōn), or Wars of Alexander's Successors, were a series of conflicts fought between Alexander the Great's generals over the rule of his vast empire after his death. They occurred between 322 and 281 BC.

Wars of the Diadochi in Hellenic Traders[]

Rhodes had managed to avoid becoming completely entangled in the wars fought by Alexander's would-be successors. Nonetheless, in about 312 BC, Rhodes built ships for Antigonos during his war against Ptolemaios.[1]

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  1. Over the Wine-Dark Sea, ch 1., e-book.