Orestes of Macedon
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Orestes of Macedon (Greek: Ὀρέστης ὁ Μακεδών) was son of Archelaus I and successor king of his murdered father. He reigned between 399–396 BC along with his guardian Aeropus II, being succeeded by his brother Archelaus II.
- History of the Macedonians by Edward Farr, 1850, p. 43.
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