Pyrrhus II of Epirus

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.

Pyrrhus II
King of Epirus
Reign255 - 237 BC[1]
PredecessorAlexander II of Epirus
SuccessorPtolemy of Epirus
IssueDeidamia II of Epirus
Nereis of Epirus
FatherAlexander II of Epirus
MotherOlympias II of Epirus
ReligionAncient Greek religion
Tribes of Epirus in antiquity


  1. ^ Sampson, Gareth C. (2020-08-05). Rome and Parthia: Empires at War: Ventidius, Antony and the Second Romano-Parthian War, 40-20 BC. Pen and Sword Military. p. 272. ISBN 978-1-5267-1016-1.
Preceded by King of Epirus
255–237 BC
Succeeded by