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Perdiccas was one of the three kings of Macedonia, who reigned respectively c.
Perdiccas was appointed, according to one account, guardian and regent, according to another, chiliarch under Craterus.
Perdiccas, leaving the war in Asia Minor to Eumenes, marched to attack Ptolemy in Egypt.
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 Perdiccas III of Macedon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-20)
Perdiccas III was king of Macedonia from 365 to 359 BC, succeeding his brother Alexander II.
Son of Amyntas III and Eurydike, he was underage when Alexander II was killed by Ptolemy of Aloros, who then ruled as regent.
Perdiccas was killed in a battle against Bardylis, and was succeeded by his infant son, Amyntas IV.
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 Philip II of Macedon
Philip II (382 BC - 336 BC), King of Macedon (359 BC - 336 BC) Olympionike, was the father of Alexander the Great (Alexander III of Macedon) and Philip III of Macedon.
Coin with likeness of Philip II Born in Pella in 382 BC, he was King Amyntas III of Macedon and Queen Eurydice's youngest son, but the deaths of his elder brothers Kings Alexander II of Macedon and Perdiccas III of Macedon allowed him to take the throne in 359 BC.
His military skills and expansionist vision of Macedonian greatness brought him early success, and it was not until his armies were opposed by Athens at Thermopylae in 352 BC that he faced any serious resistance.
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 Perdiccas - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Perdiccas
In the settlement made after Alexander's death (323 BC) Alexander's generals agreed that Philip III of Macedon, an epileptic bastard son of Alexander's father Philip II of Macedon, and the unborn child of Alexander's wife Roxana should be recognized as joint kings.
Perdiccas' most loyal supporter was Eumenes, governor of Cappadocia and Paphlagonia.
Perdiccas was assassinated by his officers (Peithon, Antigenes, and Seleucus) sometime between 21 May and 19 June of 320 BC.
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 Philip II of Macedon - the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-20)
Philip II of Macedon (ΦΙΛΙΠΠΟΣ) (382BC - 336 BC), King of Macedon (ruled359 BC - 336 BC), was the father of Alexander the Great (Alexander III of Macedon) and Philip III of Macedon.
Born in Pella in 382 BC, he was the youngest son of King Amyntas III of Macedon and Queen Eurydice.
In 364 BC he returned to Macedonia.The deaths of his elder brothers, Kings Alexander II ofMacedon and Perdiccas III of Macedon, allowedhim to take the throne in 359 BC.
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Perdiccas distinguished himself at the conquest of Thebes (335 BC) and himself was severely wounded.
Perdiccas commanded with battalion of heavy phalanx infantry.
In the settlement made after Alexander's death (323) it was agreed that Philip III of Macedon, an epileptic bastard son of the great Philip II of Macedon, and Roxana's unborn child (if a son) should be recognized as joint kings.
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 What is Kings of Macedon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-20)
Macedon (also sometimes known as Macedonia) was an ancient kingdom in the present-day territory of northern Greece, inhabited by Dorian Greeks.
In 150 BC, a man named Andriscus claimed to be the son of Perseus, and claimed the throne of Macedon as Philip VI.
This led to the Fourth Macedonian War, in which Andriscus was defeated by the Romans, and Macedon annexed to Rome in 148 BC.
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 Alexander IV of Macedon
Perdiccas, between 323 BC and his murder in June, 321 BC.
Polyperchon, between 319 BC and 316 BC, an heir chosen by Antipater himself.
Olympias, Alexander's grandmother, exerted considerable influence over Polyperchon and ordered the execution of Philip III in 317 BC.
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 physics - Philip II of Macedon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-20)
Philip II of Macedon (Macedonia) (382 BC - 336 BC), King of Macedon (ruled 359 BC - 336 BC), was the father of Alexander the Great (Alexander III of Macedon) and Philip III of Macedon.
The deaths of his elder brothers, Kings Alexander II of Macedon and Perdiccas III of Macedon, allowed him to take the throne in 359 BC.
Originally appointed Regent for his infant nephew Amyntas IV of Macedon (359 BC) the son of Perdiccas III, Philip managed to take the kingdom for himself that same year.
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 Philip_II_of_Macedon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-20)
Philip II of Macedon (382 BCE–336 BCE; Greek: ΦΙΛΙΠΠΟΣ) was the King of Macedon from 359 BCE until his death.
He was the father of Alexander the Great (Alexander III of Macedon) and Philip III of Macedon.
Born in Pella, Philip was the youngest son of King Amyntas III and Queen Eurydice (Illyrian).
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 PHILIP II OF MACEDON FACTS AND INFORMATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-20)
He was the father of Alexander_the_Great (Alexander III of Macedon) and Philip_III_of_Macedon.
Born in Pella, Philip was the youngest son of King Amyntas III and Queen Eurydice.
Originally appointed regent for his infant nephew Amyntas IV, who was the son of Perdiccas III, Philip managed to take the kingdom for himself that same year.
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Perdiccas I led the the migration of the tribes of Macedon.
Philip's son Alexander III the Great (reigned 336-323) has e conquered much of what was then the civilized world.
On Alexander III's premature death at Babylon his generals divided up the satrapies of his empire and formaly adopted Philip II's illegitimate son, Philip Arrhidaeus, and Alexander's posthumous son by Roxanne, Alexander IV, as kings.
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 Macedon -> Successors of Alexander the Great on Encyclopedia.com 2002   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-20)
The Macedonian generals carved the empire up after Alexander's death (323 BC); these were the successors (the Diadochi), founders of states and dynasties—notably Antipater, Perdiccas, Ptolemy I, Seleucus I, Antigonus I, and Lysimachus.
Macedon, with Greece as a dependency, was one of the states carved out of the Alexandrian empire.
After a period of short-lived attempts by Demetrius I, Pyrrhus of Epirus, Lysimachus, and others to hold Macedon, Antigonus II established himself as king.
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 Ancient coins of Macedon
Aegae (later Edessa) was the original capital of the kingdom of Macedon, and the burial-place of its kings.
Amyntas III, however, found himself compelled to hand over the maritime district of Macedon to the Olynthians, and it is to this interval that the bronze coins of Pydna, identical in type with those of Amyntas, belong.
Perdiccas II, B.C. There are various, mostly uninscribed, Macedonian coins of Phoenician weight, with types resembling those here assigned to Alexander I, but of more recent style, which probably belong to the reign of Perdiccas.
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 Science Fair Projects - Perdiccas
For the Macedonian kings of this name, see Perdiccas I, Perdiccas II, and Perdiccas III.
As the commander of a battalion of heavy phalanx infantry, Perdiccas distinguished himself at the conquest of Thebes (335 BC), where he was severely wounded.
He soon showed himself intolerant of any rivals, and, acting in the name of the two kings (Roxana gave birth to a son, Alexander), sought to hold the empire together under his own hand.
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 Alexander the Great - AlternateHistory.com Discussion Board
Alexander III compliments the Consul on the way in which the Roman troops were handled and then offers a peace deal, return of the prisoners and dead and an offer of an alliance (with the added incentive of a gift of 50 talents of gold).
Perdiccas with 14000 infantry and 2000 cavalry attempts to intercept Hephaestion I's army but after a number of skirmishes are forced to retreat to Babylon.
Macedon renounces its claims to all of Ionia south of Illium while Macedon withdraws all forces to the south of Illium.
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Alexander the Great was born in 356 B.C. His father, Philip, was the brother of King Perdiccas III of Macedon or Macedonia, in northern Greece.
In 321 Perdiccas was killed by mutinous soldiers and replaced as regent by his rival Antipater.
In time Roxane and her son were also killed by Cassander, who became the king of Macedon in 305 BC.
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 Alexander IV of Macedon - FreeEncyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-20)
Alexander IV of Macedon, was the posthumous son of Alexander the Great by his wife Roxana, a princess of Bactria.
He was born in 323 BC, a few months after his father's death and was immediately declared King as co-ruler of his uncle Philip III of Macedon.
Polyperchon was under the influence of Olympias, Alexander's grandmother, who ordered the execution of Philip III in 317 BC.
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 Perdiccas - free-definition   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-20)
For the minor kings of this name, see Perdiccas I, Perdiccas II, and Perdiccas III.
Perdiccas distinguished himself at the conquest of Thebes (335 BC), and held an important command in the Indian campaigns of Alexander.
A mutiny broke out amongst the troops, disheartened by failure and exasperated by his severity, and Perdiccas was assassinated by some of his officers sometime between 21 May and 19 June of 320.
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 Macedonia FAQ: Philip II of Macedonia
Philip II of Macedonia (382-336 BC), king of Macedonia (359-336 BC), son of Amyntas II and Eurydice was born in Pella, the capital of ancient Macedonia.
During his childhood he saw the Macedonian kingdom disintegrating while his elder brothers Alexander II and Perdiccas III, fought unsuccessfully against insubordination of their regional vassal princes, continuous attacks by the northern Greek city Thebes, and invasion by the Illyrians of the northwest frontier.
On the death of Alexander the Great he was elected king under the name of Philip III by the Macedonian army, and in 322 BC he married.
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 Philip II of Macedon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-20)
'''Philip II of Macedon''' ([[382 BC]]andndash;[[336 BC]]; [[Greek languageGreek]]: and#934;and#921;and#923;and#921;and#928;and#928;and#927;and#931;) was the [[King of Macedon]] from [[359 BC]] until his death.
Born in [[Pella]], Philip was the youngest son of [[Amyntas III of MacedonKing Amyntas III]] and [[Eurydice II of MacedonQueen Eurydice]].
Originally appointed [[regent]] for his infant nephew [[Amyntas IV of MacedonAmyntas IV]], who was the son of Perdiccas III, Philip managed to take the kingdom for himself that same year.
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Perdiccas distinguished himself at the conquest of Thebe..
Perdiccas II was king of Macedonia from about 454 BC to about 413 BC.
Perdiccas I was king of Macedonia from about 700 BC to about 678 BC.
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 Read about Philip II of Macedon at WorldVillage Encyclopedia. Research Philip II of Macedon and learn about Philip II ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-20)
Portrait of Philip II of Macedon, found at Vergina
Perdiccas III of Macedon, allowed him to take the throne in 359 BC.
Amyntas IV of Macedon (359 BC) the son of Perdiccas III, Philip managed to take the kingdom for himself that same year.
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 Alexander the Great (Alexander of Macedon) Biography
Alexander III the Great, the King of Macedonia and conqueror of the Persian Empire is considered one of the greatest military geniuses of all times.
Alexander's general Perdiccas attacked the gates, broke into the city, and Alexander moved with the rest of the army behind him to prevent the Thebans from cutting him off.
In the autumn of 333 BC, the Macedonian army's encountered the Persian forces under the command of King Darius III himself at a mountain pass at Issus in northwestern Syria.
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lexandros III Philippou Makedonon (Alexander the Great, Alexander III of Macedon) (356-323 B.C.), King of Macedonia, was born in late July 356 BC in Pella, Macedonia, he was one of the greatest military genius in history.
The known victims of this purge were Alexander's own rivals: his older cousin Philip's nephew Amyntas, son of King Perdiccas III; the principal family of Alexander of Lyncestis, although he himself was spared; and Philip's wife Cleopatra and her infant daughter, killed by Olympias.
A possible rival for the throne remained Attalus himself; the uncle of Cleopatra (Philip's last wife) was disaffected because of her murder and that of her daughter, but he had no claim to the throne of Macedonia; indeed, he was loyal to Philip and hostile to his assassin.
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 Read about Alexander IV of Macedon at WorldVillage Encyclopedia. Research Alexander IV of Macedon and learn about ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-20)
Read about Alexander IV of Macedon at WorldVillage Encyclopedia.
Macedon, 323 - 309 BC), the posthumous son of
Alexander the Great by his wife Roxana, a princess of Bactria, was born in 323 BC, a few months after his father's death and was immediately declared King as co-ruler with his uncle
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Between 316 BC and 309 BC the regent Cassander held the young King Alexander as a prisoner.
By 309 BC Cassander had established his power over Macedon, but as Alexander came closer to adulthood, some people loyal to the royal house still looked forward to his becoming king in more than name.
To avoid a possible threat to his own power Cassander ordered the murder of the 14-year-old.
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 Philip of Macedon Philip II of Macedonia Biography
After his fathers death, Macedonia slowly disintegrated as his elder brothers and future kings Alexander II and Perdiccas III, unsuccessfully fought against the continuous attacks of the neighboring Thracians, Illyrians, and Greeks.
The Thracians were already in possession of eastern Macedonia, the strongest Greek military power of Thebes continuously intervened in the internal Macedonian politics, the Greeks colonies on the edge of Macedonia, particularly Olynthus, were obstacle to Macedonia's economy and presented a military danger, and the invasions of the Illyrians put north-western Macedonia under their occupation.
However, it was later proven that the tomb dates from around 317 BC, suggesting that it belonged to king Philip III Arrhidaeus, the son of Philip II and half-brother of Alexander the Great (Science 2000 April 21; 288: 511-514).
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 Philip II of Macedon explained   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-20)
Portrait of [[Philip II of Macedon, found at Vergina]] Born in Pella in 382 BC, he was the youngest son of King Amyntas III of Macedon and Queen Eurydice.
Coin with likeness of [[Philip II of Macedon]] Not until his armies were opposed by Athens at Thermopylae in 352 BC that he faced any serious resistance.
While the discovery is of great archeological importance, the identification of the tomb with Philip has been disputed.
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 Royalty.nu - Alexander the Great, King of Macedon
Alexander of Macedon 356-323 B.C.: A Historical Biography by Peter Green.
Bloodline of Kings: A Novel of Philip of Macedon by Thomas Sundell.
A Murder in Macedon: A Mystery of Alexander the Great by Anna Apostolou.
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