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Battle of Andros (246 BC)

Battle of Andros
Part of Third Syrian War
Date 246 BC
Location Andros
Result Antigonid victory
Antigonid Macedon Ptolemaic Kingdom

The Battle of Andros was an obscure naval battle during the Third Syrian War.

In 246 BC, Ptolemy III Euergetes lost the Cyclades to Antigonus II Gonatas.[1]

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