Philip of Macedon

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).
* Philip V of Macedon (ruled 221–179 BC).

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