Aeropus II of Macedon

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Aeropus II
King of Macedonia
Aeropos II. 398-395-4 BCE.jpg
Silver stater of Aeropos II
Reign 399–395 BC
Predecessor Crateuas
Successor Archelaus II
Dynasty Argead dynasty
Father Archelaus I
Mother unknown
Religion Ancient Greek religion

Aeropus II of Macedon (Greek: Ἀέροπος Βʹ ὁ Μακεδών), king of Macedon, guardian of Orestes, the son of Archelaus, reigned nearly five years from 399 BC.

The first four years of this time he reigned jointly with Orestes, and the remainder alone. He was succeeded by Archelaus II.[1]

Notes[edit]

Preceded by
Crateuas
King of Macedon
399–395 BC
Succeeded by
Archelaus II

References[edit]

  1. ^ Diod. xiv. 37, 84; Dexippus, ap. Syncell. p. 263, a.; comp. Polyaen. ii. 1. § 17.