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Amyntas is the name of several prominent Greek and Hellenistic men. The word is derived from Greek "amyntor" meaning "defender".
Kings of Macedon
- Amyntas I, king of Macedon (c. 540–498 BC)
- Amyntas II, king of Macedon
- Amyntas III, king of Macedon (393–369 BC)
- Amyntas IV, king of Macedon (359 BC)
- Amyntas (son of Andromenes), general of Alexander the Great, died in 330 BC
- Amyntas (son of Antiochus), fugitive to Persians
- Amyntas (son of Arrhabaeus), hipparchos
- Amyntas (son of Alexander)
- Amyntas, father of taxiarch Philip
- Amyntas, father of Philip and first father-in-law of Berenice I of Egypt
- Amyntas (Antigonid general), died in Cappadocia 301 BC
- Amyntas of Rhodes, admiral against Demetrius Poliorcetes
- Amyntas of Pieria, 2nd Thessalian praetor 194 BC
- Amyntas of Mieza, somatophylax of Philip III Arrhidaeus
- Amyntas (son of Bubares), tyrant of Alabanda
- Amyntas Nikator, an Indo-Greek king who ruled in parts of the northern Indian subcontinent between 95 and 90 BC.
- Amyntas of Galatia, king of Galatia (37–25 BC), also called Amyntas, Tetrarch of the Tectosagii in Cilicia Trachea
- Amyntas of Heraclea, mathematician; student of Plato
- Amyntas (bematist), wrote Stathmoi
- Amyntas the surgeon
- Amyntas of Aeolia in diaulos
- Amyntas of Ephesus, pankratiast
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