- Philip IV of Macedon
Philip IV of Macedon (d. 297 BC) was the son of
Cassander. He briefly succeeded his father on the throne of Macedon prior to his death.
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Philip III of Macedon — Philip III Arrhidaeus (Greek: polytonic|Φίλιππος Ἀρριδαῖος; ca. 359 BC ndash; December 25, 317 BC), king of Macedon from June 10, 323 BC until his death, was a son of King Philip II of Macedon by Philinna of Larissa, allegedly a Thessalian dancer … Wikipedia
Philip I of Macedon — was one of the early kings of Macedon, a kingdom in ancient Greece. He was a member of the Argead dynasty and son of Argaeus I, becoming king in 640 BC upon his father s death. His son was Aeropus I.uccessionources*Herodotus Histories viii… … Wikipedia
Philip II of Macedon — Infobox Monarch name =Philip II title =Basileus of Macedon caption =Victory medal (niketerion) struck in Tarsus, 2nd c. BC (Cabinet des Médailles, Paris) reign =359 BC – 336 BC coronation = othertitles = full name = native lang1 = Greek native… … Wikipedia
Philip V of Macedon — Philip V (Greek Φίλιππος Ε΄ ) (238 BC 179 BC) was King of Macedon from 221 BC to 179 BC. Philip s reign was principally marked by an unsuccesful struggle with the emerging power of Rome.Early lifeThe son of Demetrius II and Chryseis, Philip was… … Wikipedia
Philip II of Macedon — noun king of ancient Macedonia and father of Alexander the Great (382 336 BC) • Syn: ↑Philip II • Instance Hypernyms: ↑king, ↑male monarch, ↑Rex … Useful english dictionary
Philip of Macedon — Philip was the name of several Macedonian monarchs:* Philip I of Macedon (ruled 640–602 BC). * Philip II of Macedon (382–336 BC), father of Alexander the Great. * Philip III of Macedon (c. 359–316 BC). * Philip IV of Macedon (died 297 BC). *… … Wikipedia
Philip I — may refer to:* Philip I of Macedon (ruled 640–602 BC) * Philip the Arab (c. 204–249), Roman Emperor * Philip I of France (1052–1108) * Philip I of Navarre and IV of France (1268–1314) * Philip I of Taranto (1278–1332) * Philip I, Duke of Burgundy … Wikipedia
Philip II — may refer to:* Philip II of Macedon (382 ndash;336 BC) * Philip II of France (1165 ndash;1223) * Philip II of Navarre and V of France (1293 ndash;1322) * Philip II of Taranto (1329 ndash;1374) * Philip II, Duke of Burgundy (1342 ndash;1404) *… … Wikipedia
Philip II Arena — Philip II of Macedonia Arena Арена Филип II Македонски Full name Philip II of Macedonia National Arena Национална арена Филип II Македонски Former names City Stadium of Skopje Location … Wikipedia
Philip III — may refer to:*Philip III of Macedon (c. 359–317 BC) *Philip III of France (1245–1285) *Philip III of Navarre (1328–1342) *Philip III of Taranto, Prince of Achaea (1364–1373) *Philip III, Duke of Burgundy the Good (1419–1467) *Philip III of Spain… … Wikipedia