Alexander (Tyrant) - Authority in from 369 BC to 359 BC
Toward the end of the Peloponnesian war Lycophron established a tyranny at Pherae. On his death his son Jason became dictator and by around 374 B.C. extended his rule throughout Thessaly.

After Jason's assassination and that of his two successors Alexander ruled Pherae with great harshness until he was killed by his wife, Thebe, in 359 B.C., and Thessaly was conquered by the Thebans.

Philip of Macedon conquered Pherae in 352 B.C. and subjected Thessaly to Macedonian rule.
Alexander (Tyrant)
Tyrant Alexander (Tyrant) of Thessaly

(1) Alexander (Tyrant) 369-359 BC
Obverse: forepart of butting bull right
Reverse: forepart of horse right; AΛEΞAN / ΔPOY
Ref: BCD Thessaly II 708.2; HGC 4, 584