Hales (king)

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Hales was the "King of the Triballi" (a Thracian tribe in southeastern Serbia[1]), who in 376/375 BC, with his army, crossed Mount Haemus and advanced as far as Abdera, nearly destroying the city until Chabrias, an Athenian general, negotiated peace between the Triballi and the king of Maronea, winning over the Triballi to the Athenian side.[2]

Regnal titles
Preceded by
?
King of the Triballi
375/376 BC
Succeeded by
Syrmus
(330s BC)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Papazoglu 1978, 58-61
  2. ^ Florov, p. 114
  • Benjamin H. Isaac, The Greek settlements in Thrace until the Macedonian conquest, BRILL, 1986
  • Irina Florov, Nicholas Florov, "The 3000-year-old hat: new connections with Old Europe: the Thraco-Phrygian world", Golden Vine Publishers, 2001
  • Valeriya Fol, Aleksandar Fol, "Bulgaria: history retold in brief", Riva, 1999, p. 51