|Also Known As:||"Tharyps", "Tharybas", "Tharymbas"|
|Death:||Died in Epirus, Greece|
|Occupation:||King of Epirus|
|Managed by:||Deborah Carol Boyd|
About Tharrhypas, king of Epirus
TharrhypasFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Tharypus) Jump to: navigation, search Tharrhypas (Greek: Θαρύπας, 430 - 392 BC) was a king of the Molossians. He is mentioned by Thucydides as a minor in 429 BC. He was the father of Alcetas, and is said to have been the first to introduce Hellenic civilization among his subjects.
 References1.^ Alternative forms: Tharrypas, Tharyps, Tharrytas, Tharybas 2.^ History of the Peloponnesian War 2. 80) 3.^ Pausanias 1. 11 , Plutarch Pyrrhus Preceded by Admetus King of Epirus 430– 392 BC Succeeded by Alcetas I Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tharrhypas" Categories: Rulers of Ancient Epirus | 5th-century BC Greek people | 5th-century BC rulersPersonal tools Log in / create accountNamespaces ArticleDiscussionVariantsViews ReadEditView historyActions Search