Aeropus   - in ancient sources @

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  Aeropus   I - son of Philippus; king of Macedonia in the 6th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
ChronSynt_90 Philippus for 39 years Aeropus for 25 years Alcetas for
Euseb]:Chron_227 pus, who reigned for 33 years. Aeropus for 20 years. Alcet
Euseb]:Chron_229 Philippus - for 33 years Aeropus - for 20 years Alcetas
Just_7.2 off by an untimely death, made Aeropus, then quite a boy,

  Aeropus 2   II - guardian of Orestes; king of Macedonia from 399 to 393 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
  + Archelaus
ChronSynt_90 ears Orestes for 3 years Archelaus for 4 years Amyntas for
Euseb]:Chron_227 years. Archelaus for 17 years. Aeropus for 6 years. Then
Euseb]:Chron_229 Orestes - for 3 years Archelaus - for 4 years Amyntas
Plut:Demetr_20 ting, or turning. Aeropus, king of Macedon, spent his hou
Polyaen_2.1.17 Agesilaus sent envoys to king Aeropus, asking him for a

  Aeropus 3   %3 - a general of the Egyptian army under Ptolemy V
Porph:Fr_46 the illustrious generals Aeropus, Menocles, and Damoxenus

  Aeropus 4   - a Syrian rebel, late 2nd century B.C.
Diod_34.22 Antipater, Clonius, and Aeropus revolted from him, besieg

  Aeropus   - in documents
THI_259 (217)   n Ptolemy son of Aeropus was priest of Alexan

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