(Νεώλαος; Neṓlaos). N. took part in the uprising of his brothers Molon  and Alexander against Antiochus  III. In Molon's battle of 220 BC against Antiochus, M. commanded the left wing of the army, which defected to the king, determining both the result of the battle and the fate of the insurrection. N. fled to Alexander in the Persis, killing their mother, Molon's children and himself (Pol. 5,53,11-54,5).
1 H.H. Schmitt, Untersuchungen zur Geschichte Antiochos' des Großen, 1964, 143ff.
2 Will, vol. 2, 17ff.