Teres II

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Teres II (Ancient Greek: Τήρης) was a king of the Odrysians in middle Thrace from 351 BC to 342 BC, succeeding his father, Amatokos II. His rule lasted until the region was taken over by the Macedonian king Philip II.[1]

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Teres II
Born: Unknown Died: Unknown
Preceded by
Amatokos II
King of Thrace
351–342 BC
Succeeded by
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