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Αὐδολέων or Αὐδωλέων), a king of Paeonia, was the son of Agis. He was a contemporary of Alexander the Great, and was the father of Ariston, who distinguished himself at the battle of Guagamela, and of a daughter who married Pyrrhus, king of Epeirus. In a war with the Autoriatae he was reduced to great straits, but was succoured by Cassander. (Diod. 20.19.)


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