Eucleidas (Greek: Εὐκλείδας) reigned Sparta from 227 BC up until 222 BC. He was an Agiad, son of Leonidas II, in the place of the Eurypontid king. His brother, Cleomenes III, deposed his Eurypontid colleague Archidamus V, and installed his brother as his new co-ruler. Eucleidas was killed fighting against the Macedonians at the Battle of Sellasia.
|Usurper Eurypontid King of Sparta
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