Pyrrhus II (Greek: Πύρρος) was the son of Olympias II and Alexander II of Epirus. He was a brother of Ptolemy and Phthia of Macedon. He ruled as king of Epirus from 255 BC to 237 BC. He had two daughters: Deidamia II who was the last ruler of the Aeacid Dynasty and Nereis who married Gelon of Syracuse.
|King of Epirus|
|Reign||255 - 237 BC|
|Predecessor||Alexander II of Epirus|
|Successor||Ptolemy of Epirus|
|Issue||Deidamia II of Epirus|
Nereis of Epirus
|Father||Alexander II of Epirus|
|Mother||Olympias II of Epirus|
|Religion||Ancient Greek religion|
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