Battle of Salamis (306 BC)
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The naval Battle of Salamis took place in 306 BC near Salamis, Cyprus between the fleets of Ptolemy I of Egypt and Demetrius, two of the diadochi, the successors to Alexander the Great. The battle was a complete victory for Demetrius, and resulted in his capture of Cyprus. 
- The Battle of Salamis (480 BC) was a naval battle in the Greco-Persian Wars near the island of Salamis near Athens in Greece.
- The Battle of Salamis in Cyprus (450 BC) was a simultaneous land and sea battle of the Greco-Persian Wars.
- Pletz, Ashley. "Battle of Salemis: 480 BC". Mediteranean Basin Chronology. Webchron. Retrieved October 28, 2013.
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