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Philippus Iii.

*Fi/lippos), king of MACEDONIA. The name of Philip was bestowed by the Macedonian army upon Arrhidaeus, the bastard son of Philip II., when he was raised to the throne after the death of Alexander III., and is the only appellation which appears upon his coins. He returned to Macedonia, where he and his wife Eurydice were put to death by order of Olympias, B. C. 317. For his life and reign, see ARRHIDAEUS.


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