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Pausanias of Macedon (Greek: Παυσανίας) was the successor of Archelaus II. He was assassinated in the year of his accession by Amyntas III who then succeeded him as King of Macedon.


References

Diodorus Siculus, 14, 84; 14, 89.
Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology

Kings of Macedon

Argeads: Karanus | Koinos | Tyrimmas | Perdiccas I | Argaeus I | Philip I | Aeropus I | Alcetas I | Amyntas I | Alexander I | Alcetas II | Perdiccas II | Archelaus I | Craterus | Orestes and Aeropus II | Archelaus II | Amyntas II | Pausanias | Argaeus II | Amyntas III | Alexander II | | Perdiccas III | Amyntas IV | Philip II | Alexander the Great | Antipater | Philip III | Alexander IV |

Regents : Ptolemy of Aloros | Perdiccas | Peithon and Arrhidaeus Antipater | Polyperchon | Cassander

Antipatrids: Cassander | Philip IV | Alexander V | Antipater II | Antipater Etesias | Sosthenes

Antigonids : Demetrius I | Antigonus II | Demetrius II | Antigonus III | Philip V | Perseus | Andriscus (Philip VI)

Non-dynastic : Lysimachus | Pyrrhus | Ptolemy Keraunos | Meleager

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