Arrhidaeus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Arrhidaeus   (Philippus Arrhidaeus) - son of Philippus; king of Macedonia, 323-317 B.C.
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  + Aridaeus , Philippus
318/12 letter from king Philippus confirms that exiles from Eresus cannot
317/7 edonia with help from Olympias, and captures Philippus and Eurydice.
317/10 ral comments on the feeble-minded character of Philippus Arrhidaeus.
317/11 Olympias kills Philippus, and forces Eurydice to commit suicide.
316/26 Cassander marries Thessalonice, the daughter of Philippus.
316/28 Cassander arranges for the burial of Philippus and Eurydice.
    Within translations:
Arrian:Fr_1   rmy, the proclamation of Arrhidaeus (the son of Alexander'
Arrian:Fr_9   Asia and offered her hand to Arrhidaeus. The marriage
AstrCan_3   Kings of the Macedonians Philippus, the successor of Alexa
Athen_13.557   nna of Larissa, by whom he had Arrhidaeus. He also acquire
Athen_13.578   woman, by whom he had Arrhidaeus, who was king of Maced
ChronSynt_90   rst] realm of Alexander: Philippus the son of Alexander
Euseb]:Chron_159   was succeeded by Aridaeus, also called Philippus, who
Euseb]:Chron_161   p161] A year after Philippus became king, Ptolemy the
Euseb]:Chron_169   lympiad [336 B.C.], when Aridaeus Philippus became king,
Euseb]:Chron_229   edonians appointed Aridaeus, the son of Philippus and Phil
Euseb]:Chron_231   ather's death, at the start of Philippus' reign. Olympias
Euseb]:Chron_241   the son of Philippus: Aridaeus, also called Philippus
Euseb]:Chron_245   ings of the Thessalians: Aridaeus, also called Philippus
Euseb]:Chron_247   6th year of Philippus Aridaeus, which was the third yea
ExcBarb_33B   the founder: He ordered Aridaeus, also called Philippus,
ExcBarb_44A   ngst his officers. Philippus the brother of Alexander succ
ExcBarb_46A   left four successors: Philippus his brother, as king
FGrH_155.1-3 *   Alexander's half-brother Arrhidaeus, who was later called
Hieron:Chron_1693   ippus, also called Aridaeus, the brother of Alexander, bec
Just_9.8   girl of Larissa, a son named Aridaeus, who reigned after
Just_12.15   rcules, a brother called Aridaeus, and his wife Roxane wit
Just_13.2-6 *   ere was then in the camp Arrhidaeus, a brother of Alexande
Just_14.5   rydice, the wife of king Aridaeus, when she learned that
Just_14.6   ce, the daughter of king Aridaeus, and sent the son of Ale
Malal_196   ucted, as follows. Philippus his own elder brother ruled
Nepos_19.3   cause, ostensibly before king Philip, ** but actually before
OGIS_8   (c. 306)   by Zeus and Helios". From Philippos. The judgements
Oros_3.23   wife of the Macedonian king Arridaeus, acting in the name of
Plut:Eum_13   me, Polyperchon and king Philippus sent him orders to carr
Porph:Fr_41   . . in Macedonia, Philippus Aridaeus the brother of Ale
THI_77   (318)   year of the reign of Philippos, in the month of Dio
THI_118   (321/0)   year of the reign of Philippos, when Asandros was s
Vit:Arat_3   cedonia was ruled by Philippus Arrhidaeus. When Arrhidaeus

  Arrhidaeus 2   - a general of Alexander the Great, and governor of Phrygia 321-319 B.C.
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321/18 Cynane, but her daughter Eurydice is given as wife to Arrhidaeus.
320/14 Pithon and Arrhidaeus are appointed interim leaders after the death
318/6 Arrhidaeus attacks Cyzicus, but fails to capture it.
    Within translations:
Arrian:Fr_9   on Perdiccas. 25 Arrhidaeus, who kept the body of Alexan
Arrian:Fr_10   the desertion of Arrhidaeus to Ptolemy, and the takin
Athen_11.509   through the agency of Aridaeus. He was tried, convicted,
PsCallisth_3.33   of Macedonia for the present Arrhidaeus, the son of Phili

  Arrhidaeus   - in documents
301/4b _12.9.212, an Eretrian decree in honour of Arrhidaeus, a Macedonian.
    Within translations:
THI_79 (304-302)   bouloi proposed: since Arrhidaios son of Alexandros


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