Crateuas of Macedon
|King of Macedon|
|Royal house||(Ancient) Macedon (usurped)|
|Religious beliefs||Ancient Greek religion|
Crateuas (Greek: Κρατεύας), also called Craterus (Κρατερός), was King of Macedon for four days in 399 BC. He was lover of Archelaus I of Macedon, whom he killed to become a king himself. According to another version, Crateuas killed the king, because Archelaus had promised to give him one of his daughters in marriage, but later gave her to someone else. A third version asserts that Archelaus was unintentionally struck by Crateuas during a hunt.
|King of Macedon