Macedon (Protectorate) Protectorate of Macedonia from 168 BC to 146 BC.
Following the defeat of Perseus in the 3rd Macedonian War against the Roman Republic, the Macedonian Kingdom was formally abolished and replaced by four allied republics instead.

Lucius Aemilius Paullus designated the four capitals; Amphipolis, Thessalonica, Pella, and Pelagonia. Intermarriage between people of different cantons and the possession of houses or land in more than one canton were banned. The gold and silver mines were not allowed to be mined, but the iron and copper ones were. Importation of salt and cutting of wood for domestic shipbuilding or allowing others to do so were forbidden. The cantons bordering other nations were allowed to have border troops.

Macedon as a Roman Protectorate (well, four protectorates) was to exist until the official establishment of the Roman province of Macedonia in 146 BC. It incorporated ancient Macedonia, with the addition of Epirus, Thessaly, and parts of Illyria, Paeonia and Thrace.
Macedon (Protectorate)
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An AR Tetradrachm struck c. 168-149 BC in Amphipolis
Obverse: bust of Artemis Tauropolos right, bow and quiver on shoulder, all on Macedonian shield

Reverse: club within oak wreath, thunderbolt left; (AP) / MAKEΔONΩN / ΠPΩTHΣ

Diameter: -
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 16.6 g
No notes for this coin
SNG Cop 1310 - 1311; SNG Ashmolean 3290; BMC Macedonia p. 7, 2
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An AR Tetradrachm struck c. 158-149 BC in Amphipolis
Obverse: Artemis wearing diadem, bow and quiver slung over left shoulder, depicted in the center of a Macedonian shield

Reverse: Club of Heracles at center, Greek text above (ΜΑΚΕΔΟΝΩΝ) and below (ΠΡΩΤΗΣ) club along with three monograms surrounded by oak wreath, keraunos left

Diameter: 29 mm
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 16.9 g
Coin is of the "First Meris" (first district) of Roman Macedon.
AMNG III/1 57.176; BMC 8.7; HGC 3, 1103