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The father of Ptolemy Macron (1 Macc 3:38; 2 Macc 4:45). Dorymenes was probably the same Aetolian commander who fought against Antiochus the Great and was mentioned by Polybius (5.61.9).
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DORYMENES dor-im´uh-neez [Δορυμένης Dorymenēs]. Father of Ptolemy (2 Macc 4:45) who was governor of Coelesyria and Phoenicia (2 Macc 8:8), and whom Lysias appointed to attack Judah (1 Macc 3:38–4:25; Josephus, Ant. 12.298). This may be the Dorymenes mentioned by Polybius (5.61.9), an Aetolian commander