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Ancient Greece and Macedon: Rulers

  • Draco, Athenian politician (c. 621 B.C.)
  • Solon, chief magistrate of Athens (594–546 B.C.)
  • Pisistratus, tyrant of Athens (605?–527 B.C.)
  • Hippias, tyrant of Athens (527–510 B.C.)
  • Hipparchus, tyrant of Athens (c. 555–514 B.C.)
  • Themistocles, Athenian statesman (c. 525–462 B.C.)
  • Cimon, Athenian general and statesman (d. 449 B.C.)
  • Cleisthenes, democratic ruler of Athens (506 B.C.)
  • Pericles, Athenian statesman (c. 495-429 B.C.)
  • Cleon, Athenian statesman (d. 422 B.C.)
  • Alcibiades, Athenian statesman, (c. 450–404 B.C.)
  • Agesilaus II, king of Sparta (c. 444–360 B.C.)
  • Agis, name of four Spartan kings
  • Philip II, king of Macedon and Greece (359–336 B.C.)
  • Alexander the Great, , king of Macedon and much of Asia, (356–323 B.C.)
  • Lysimachus, general of Alexander the Great, ruler of Thrace, west Asia Minor, and Macedonia, (c. 355–281 B.C.)
  • Cassander, king of Macedon (358–297 B.C.)
  • Demetrius I, king of Macedon (c. 337–283 B.C.)
  • Antigonus II, king of Macedon (c. 320-239 B.C.)
  • Demetrius II, king of Macedon (c. 239–229 B.C.)
  • Antigonus III, king of Macedon (d. 221 B.C.)
  • Cleomenes III, king of Sparta (235–221 B.C.)
  • Philip V, king of Macedon (221–179 B.C.)
  • Perseus, last king of Macedon (179–168 B.C.)

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