Chronology of ancient Macedonia
King Perdica 1st (729-678) establishes the Macedonian Kingdom in Ayga and started war with the Illyrians.
King Argeius and his war with the Illyrians.
King Philip 1st dies in the Macedonian-Illyrian wars.
King Aerop 1st defeated the Illyrians.
King Alketa is Macedonian King. In this period Persia becomes the most powerful country.
King Aminta 1st confirms that Persia is the most powerful.
Alexander 1st Philhellene, who took part in the Olympic Games and won. The Greeks gave him the epithet Philhellene which means non Greek by origin, but not even a barbarian.
King Perdica 2nd, son of Alexander 1st Philhellene becomes a king.
King Arhelaius 1st moves the capital to Pella and it's been killed.
Dynastic wars in Macedonia. Several kings murdered: Arhelaius 2nd (399-396), Orest (396-393), Aminta 2nd (393-392) and Pausanius (392-392). Illyrians declared war on Macedonia.
King Aminta 3rd defeats the Illyrians.
King Alexander 2nd, killed for a year.
King Ptolomeius (368-365) and king Perdica 3rd (365-360) killed.
Significant military and financial reforms carried out during the reign of Phillip 2nd, determining the geographical, historical, and ethnic boundaries of Macedonia.
Reign of Alexander the Great, King of Macedonia. Macedonia reaches the peak of its military power. He spreads Macedonian culture to the East. He dies in Babylon.
Several kings fight for authority: Philip 3rd Arrydeus, Alexander 4th, Antipater, Lyzzimachus and Piros.
King Antigonius Gonat establishes a new dynasty Antigonidi.
215-205, 200-193, 171-167 B.C.
Macedonian - Roman wars. Macedonia falls under Roman rule. The both kings Phillip 5th and his son Perseius taken and killed in Rome.