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Arrhabaeus (Greek: Ἀρραβαῖος) or Arrhibaeus may refer to:
- Arrhabaeus, the king of Lynkestis, of Corinthian aristocratic (Bacchiadae) origin. He revolted against his sovereign, king Perdiccas II of Macedon in 424 BC. Brasidas the Spartan helped Perdiccas against Arrhabaeus.
- Arrhabaeus, son of Aeropus of Lyncestis, a conspirator against Philip II of Macedon. He was executed, along with his brother Heromenes. His son Amyntas served as cavalry officer of Alexander the Great.
- Arrhabaeus, a nobleman from Pelagonia, the father of Menelaus of Pelagonia.
- Strabo, Geography, 7.7: "The Lyncestae were under Arrhabaeus, who was of the race of the Bacchiadae."
- Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology
- Who's Who in the Age of Alexander the Great by Waldemar Heckel ISBN 978-1-4051-1210-9
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