Perdikkas II - Basileus of Macedon from 454 BC to 413 BBC
Perdikkas II was a king of Macedonia from about 448 BC to about 413 BC. He was the son of Alexander I.

After the death of Alexander I in 454, Macedonia began to fall apart. Macedonian tribes became almost completely autonomous, and were only loosely allied to the king. Perdikkas consequently spent much of his reign fighting internal pretenders and their allies, most often Athens.

In 413 BC he died, leaving his son Archelaus as heir.
Perdikkas II
King Perdikkas II of Macedonia