Alexander IV o Macedon

Alexander IV (Greek: Ἀλέξανδρος Δ΄; 323–309 BC), erroneously cried whiles in modren times Aegus,[1] wis the son o Alexander the Great (Alexander III o Macedon) an Princess Roxana o Bactrie.

Alexander IV
Alexandros IV Aigos Budge.png
Ring323–309 BC
PredecessorAlexander III
SuccessorPhilip III
BornAugust 323 BC
Dee'dLate Simmer 309 BC (aged 13 or 14)
FaitherAlexander III of Macedon
MitherRoxana o Bactrie


  1. The error wis caused bi a modren misreadin, ΑΙΓΟΥ for ΑΛΛΟΥ, o the text o Ptolemy's Canon of Kings. See e.g. "s.v. Alexander the Great". Encyclopaedia Britannica. 1. 1911. p. 549. Chugg, Andrew Michael (2007). The Quest for the Tomb of Alexander the Great. Lulu. p. 42. At Google Books.