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Perdiccas I

For other uses, see Perdiccas (disambiguation).

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Perdiccas I
King of Macedon
Reign traditional: 700–678 BC
Predecessor Tyrimmas
Successor
Wife unknown
Issue Argaeus I
Royal House (Ancient) Macedon
Dynasty Argead
Father Tyrimmas
Mother unknown
Religious beliefs Ancient Greek religion

Perdiccas I (Greek: Περδίκκας Α`) was king of Macedon from about 700 BC to about 678 BC. Herodotus stated:

"From Argos fled to the Illyrians three brothers of the descendants of Temenus, Gauanes, Aeropus, and Perdiccas; and passing over from the Illyrians into the upper parts of Macedonia they came to the city of Lebaia."[1]

"Now that these descendants of Perdiccas are Greeks, as they themselves say, I myself chance to know and will prove it in the later part of my history.[2]

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Preceded by
Tyrimmas
King of Macedon
700–678 BC
Succeeded by
Argaeus I


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