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Preceded by:
Philip III
Pharaoh of Egypt
Argead Dynasty
Succeeded by:
Ptolemy I
Alexander IV of Macedon
Koine Greek: Ἀλέξανδρος
Romanized: Alexandros
Latin: Alexander
Reign
317–309 BC (8 years)
Praenomen
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The Heart of Re Rejoices,
Chosen of Amun
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Alexandros
Horus name
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Youthful One, Powerful of Strength
Nebty name
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Beloved of the Gods, to whom the
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Victorious Ruler of the Entire Land
Legacy
Father Alexander III of Macedon
Mother Roxana of Bactria
Born 323 or 322 BC, Babylon
Died Late summer 309 BC, Pella
(aged 13 or 14)
Burial Vergina (?)
For other pages by this name, see Alexander.

Alexander IV (Koine Greek: Ἀλέξανδρος, Romanized: Alexandros), sometimes erroneously called Aegus (Άιγος, Aigos) in modern times, reigned as king of Macedon and Persia and Pharaoh of Ancient Egypt from after 25 December 317 BC until his death in 309 BC. He was a son of King Alexander the Great of Macedon by Roxana of Bactria.

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Predecessor:
Philip III
Pharaoh of Egypt
Argead Dynasty
Successor:
Ptolemy I
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