Archelaus of Sparta

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Archelaus (Greek: Ἀρχέλαος; reigned from c. 790 to c. 760 BC) was king of Sparta and a member of the Agiad dynasty. He was a son of Agesilaus I. Together with Charilaus, he conquered Elis. During his reign he also conquered the city of Aegys and sold the inhabitants into slavery. He was succeeded by king Teleclus.

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