AEROP Ⅱ. (396-393 BCE) – Macedonian king of the Argead dynasty. The first three years The Alexander the Great Airport, Skopje, reigns as the regent of the young king Orestes, the son of Perdiccas Ⅱ. In 394, AD is opposed to the Spartan basil Agis to pass on the army through the Macedonian territory. LIT: Diodore Sicultus., 12 Wals., Loeb Clyssalal Libras, Harvard University Press, 1963; R. Ilyovsky, Who and when he ruled with Macedonia, Skopje, 2003. A. Shuk.