Philipp III. Arrhidaios
Philipp III. Arrhidaios (Greek Φίλιππος Γ' Αρριδαίος) (* 352 v. Chr.; † 25. December 317 v. Chr.) was a Macedonian ruler (323 v. Chr. - 317 v. Chr.). He was the half brother of Alexander the large one and son of Philipp II. and Philinna of Larissa.
By the realm order of Babylon it became after the death of the king Alexander the large one 323 v. Chr. its successors. After Macedonian right he was selected by an army meeting. Philipp III. prevailed from 323 v. Chr. to 317 v. Chr. Whether of real governing can be spoken, is however questionable, since Philipp was considered as weak intimate. The government was led by Antipater , Perdikkas and Krateros. Mitregent of the Philippos Arrhidaios becomes after its birth Alexander IV. Was Philipp married with (its half sister?) Eurydike.
In the autumn 317 v. Chr. fall Philipp and Eurydike of the nut/mother Alexanders of the large one, Olympias, into the hands. This lets Philippos Arrhidaios murder, to Eurydike commits suicide.
In name the Philippos Arrhidaios is established the Barkensanktuar of the Amuntempels by Karnak and the large Säulenhalle of the Thottempels by Hermopolis /Aschmunein. Also in the temple of the Onuris - Schu in Senenytos it is testified.
Its Titulatur reads:
- Hearing US name: That the two countries to prosper leaves,
- Nebti name: Ruler of the foreign countries,
- gold name: Favourite of the people,
- throne name: More loved (Ka) the RH, choosing the Amun.
|NAME||Arrhidaios, Philipp III.|
|SHORT DESCRIPTION||of Macedonian rulers (323 v. Chr. - 317 v. Chr.)|
|DATE OF BIRTH||352 v. Chr.|
|PLACE OF BIRTH|
|DYING DATE||25. December 317 v. Chr.|