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Pausanias of Macedon (Greek: Παυσανίας) was the successor of Archelaus II. He was assassinated in the year of his accession by Amyntas III who then succeeded him as King of Macedon.

Pausanias AR Stater. Circa 395-4-393 BCE.jpg
Silver stater of Pausanias
King of Macedon
Reign394 BCE
PredecessorArchelaus II
SuccessorAmyntas III
FatherAeropus II
ReligionAncient Greek religion


Preceded by
Archelaus II
King of Macedon
394 BC
Succeeded by
Amyntas III