Aeacides   - in ancient sources @

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  Aeacides   - king of Epirus, 326-313 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
  + Aeacidas
319/23 The birth of Pyrrhus, son of Aeacides.
316/2 Aeacides is expelled from Epirus.
313/3 Cassander defeats and kills Aeacides, the king of Epirus; Alcetas
    Within translations:
Just_14.5   pirus to Macedonia, with Aeacides, king of the Molossians,
Just_14.6   ia, the daughter of king Aeacides, and Thessalonice, her
Just_17.3   Alexander his brother Aeacides became king, who, by wea
Oros_3.23   with the Molossian king Aeacides attending her. Eurydice barred
Plut:Demetr_25   idameia, the daughter of Aeacides, king of the Molossians,
Syll_369   (289)   Pyrrhos, son of king Aiakidas, on account of his v

  Aeacides 2   - son of Callas; leader of the Thessalians in 193 and 190 B.C.
Euseb]:Chron_243 rned to Rome. Then Aeacides the son of Callas, from Metrop
Euseb]:Chron_247 ers: Pausanias, Amyntas, Aeacides, Epidromus, Eunomus, Aea

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