Perseis (Paeonia)

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Perseis (Greek: Περσηΐς) was a city of ancient Macedon founded by Philip V of Macedon around 168 BCE and named for his son, Perseus. The city's exact location has not be confirmed, but Livy tells us that it was near Stobi.

References[edit]

  • Livy, History of Rome, XXXIX, 53.