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. After that Aeropus reigned for another year alone to eventually being succeeded by Orestes' brother Archelaus II.
- History of the Macedonians by Edward Farr, 1850, p. 43.
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