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Tetradrachm of Patraus
Paeonia,tribes and Environs
Silver tetradrachms dated back to the reign of Patraus. Part of the Rezhantsi Treasure, Bulgaria

Patraus (Greek Πατράος; 340 BC – 315 BC) was an ancient Paeonian[1] king. He seems to have been Ariston's brother[2] who served as a general to Alexander the Great.


  1. ^ Coin of Patraus
  2. ^ Who's Who in the Age of Alexander the Great: Prosopography of Alexander's Empire by Waldemar Heckel, 2006, page 246, "Satropates' death may be depicted on the coinage of the Paeonian king, Patraus, who appears to have been Ariston's brother..."

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