masculine Archelaus

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árkhō lāós > Arkhélāos
This name derives from the Ancient Greek “Arkhélāos ‎(Ἀρχέλᾱος),” composed of two elements: “árkhō (ἄρχω)” (to begin, to lead, rule, govern, command) plus “lāós (λᾱός)” (people, people assembled). In turn, the name means “one who leads the people, leading people.” 1) Archelaus I was a king of Macedon from 413 to 399 BC. He was a capable and benevolent ruler, known for the sweeping changes he made in state administration, the military, and commerce. 2) Archelaus II of Macedon succeeded his father, Aeropus II, and reigned seven years. 3) Archelaus of Priene (Greek: Ἀρχέλᾱος) was a Greek sculptor who lived close to 300 BC in Priene. 4) A son of Herod the Great by Malthace, the Samaritan woman. He and his brother Antipas were brought up with a particular private man in Rome.


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