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Philip
Philip
may refer to:

Philip
Philip
(name), a given name, derived from the Greek Φίλιππος (Philippos, lit. "horse-loving" or "fond of horses"). Philip, Phillip, Phil, Philippe, Felipe, Philippus,Philippides, etc. may also refer to:

Contents

1 Kings of Macedon 2 Other Philips of antiquity 3 Kings of France and Navarre 4 King of the Belgians 5 Kings of Castile/Spain 6 Kings of Portugal 7 King of Sweden 8 Dukes of Burgundy 9 Counts and Dukes of Savoy 10 Other rulers and royalty 11 Other notable Philips 12 Characters 13 Places 14 See also

Kings of Macedon[edit]

Philip
Philip
I of Macedon Philip
Philip
II of Macedon, father of Alexander the Great Philip
Philip
III of Macedon, half-brother of Alexander the Great Philip
Philip
IV of Macedon, son of Cassander Philip
Philip
V of Macedon

Other Philips of antiquity[edit]

Any Roman bearers of the cognomen Philippus Philippus of Croton
Philippus of Croton
(c. 6th century BC), Olympic victor and legendary hero Philip
Philip
of Opus, one of Plato's students Philip
Philip
(son of Antipater), general of Alexander the Great Philip
Philip
(son of Machatas), builder of Alexandria on the Indus Philip
Philip
(son of Agathocles of Pella), brother of Lysimachus and youngest son of Agathocles of Pella Philip
Philip
(son of Alcimachus of Apollonia), son of Alcimachus of Apollonia and nephew of Lysimachus Philip
Philip
(son of Lysimachus), one of the sons of Lysimachus from his wife Arsinoe II Philip
Philip
(husband of Berenice I of Egypt), son of Amyntas and first husband of Philip
Philip
(satrap), Greek satrap of Sogdiana and governor of Parthia Philip I Philadelphus
Philip I Philadelphus
(? BC–83 AD), ruler of the Hellenistic Seleucid kingdom Philip
Philip
II Philoromaeus, last ruler of the Hellenistic Seleucid kingdom Lucius Marcius Philippus (consul 56 BC), Roman statesman Herod II (died 33 AD), a.k.a. Herod Philip
Philip
I, son of Herod the Great and husband of Herodias Philip the Tetrarch
Philip the Tetrarch
(died 34 AD), (a.k.a. Herod Philip
Philip
II, son of Herod the Great and ruler of Ituraea and Trachonitis Philippus of Thessalonica, epigrammatic Greek poet and compiler of an Anthology Philippides of Paiania, son of Philomelos, archon, basileus in 293/2 B.C. Philip the Arab
Philip the Arab
(204–249), Roman emperor from 244 to 249 Philip II (emperor) (238–249), Philip
Philip
the Arab's son and co-emperor from 247 to 249 Philip
Philip
of Side, Byzantine historian of the early Christian church Philippikos Bardanes
Philippikos Bardanes
(died 714), Byzantine Emperor Antipope Philip, held office for one day on July 31, 768 Philip the Apostle
Philip the Apostle
(died 80 AD), from the Bible Philip the Evangelist
Philip the Evangelist
from the Bible

Kings of France and Navarre[edit]

Philip I of France
Philip I of France
(1052–1108) Philip II of France
Philip II of France
(1165–1223) Philip III of France
Philip III of France
(1245–1285), "the Bold" Philip III of Navarre
Philip III of Navarre
(1306–1343) Philip IV of France
Philip IV of France
(1268–1314), "the Fair"; also known as Philip
Philip
I of Navarre Philip V of France
Philip V of France
(1293–1322), "the Tall"; also known as Philip
Philip
II of Navarre Philip VI of France
Philip VI of France
(1293–1350), "the Fortunate"

King of the Belgians[edit]

Philippe of Belgium
Philippe of Belgium
(born 1960), King of the Belgians (2013—present)

Kings of Castile/Spain[edit]

Philip I of Castile
Philip I of Castile
(1478–1506), "the Handsome"; also known as Philip
Philip
IV, Duke of Burgundy Philip II of Spain
Philip II of Spain
(1527–1598), also known as Philip
Philip
I of Portugal and Philip
Philip
V of Burgundy Philip III of Spain
Philip III of Spain
(1578–1621), also known as Philip
Philip
II of Portugal and Philip
Philip
VI of Burgundy Philip IV of Spain
Philip IV of Spain
(1605–1665), also known as Philip
Philip
III of Portugal and Philip
Philip
VII of Burgundy Philip V of Spain
Philip V of Spain
(1683–1746) Felipe VI of Spain
Felipe VI of Spain
(born 1968), more often known by his Spanish name Felipe VI even in English

Kings of Portugal[edit]

Philip
Philip
I of Portugal, also known as Philip II of Spain
Philip II of Spain
and Philip
Philip
V of Burgundy Philip
Philip
II of Portugal, also known as Philip III of Spain
Philip III of Spain
and Philip
Philip
VI of Burgundy Philip
Philip
III of Portugal, also known as Philip IV of Spain
Philip IV of Spain
and Philip VII of Burgundy

King of Sweden[edit]

Philip of Sweden
Philip of Sweden
(died 1118)

Dukes of Burgundy[edit]

Philip I, Duke of Burgundy
Philip I, Duke of Burgundy
(1346–1361) Philip the Bold
Philip the Bold
(1342–1404), also known as Philip
Philip
II, Duke of Burgundy Philip the Good
Philip the Good
(1396–1467), also known as Philip
Philip
III, Duke of Burgundy Philip
Philip
IV of Burgundy, the Handsome, also known as Philip
Philip
I of Castile Philip
Philip
V of Burgundy, also known as Philip II of Spain
Philip II of Spain
and Philip
Philip
I of Portugal Philip
Philip
VI of Burgundy, also known as Philip III of Spain
Philip III of Spain
and Philip
Philip
II of Portugal Philip
Philip
VII of Burgundy, also known as Philip IV of Spain
Philip IV of Spain
and Philip III of Portugal

Counts and Dukes of Savoy[edit]

Philip I, Count of Savoy (1207–1285) Philip II, Duke of Savoy
Philip II, Duke of Savoy
(1438–1497)

Other rulers and royalty[edit]

Philip I, Latin Emperor
Philip I, Latin Emperor
( Philip
Philip
of Courtenay, 1243–1283), of Constantinople Philip of Swabia
Philip of Swabia
(1177–1208), King of Germany and Duke of Swabia Philip of Milly
Philip of Milly
(died 1171), seventh Grand Master of the Knights Templar Philip I, Count of Flanders
Philip I, Count of Flanders
(1143–1191) Philip of Artois (1269–1298), heir to the countship Philip of Artois, Count of Eu
Philip of Artois, Count of Eu
(1358–1397) Philip I, Prince of Taranto
Philip I, Prince of Taranto
(1278–1332) Philip II, Prince of Taranto
Philip II, Prince of Taranto
(1329–1374) Philip I, Count of Auvergne (1323–1346) Philip of Poitou (died 1208), Prince-Bishop of Durham Philip Simonsson
Philip Simonsson
(died 1217), claimant to the throne of Norway Philip, Duke of Brabant (other) Philip, Prince of Anhalt-Köthen (1468–1500), German prince Philip, Duke of Parma
Philip, Duke of Parma
(1720–1765), Infante of Spain by birth and Duke of Parma Philip I, Landgrave of Hesse
Philip I, Landgrave of Hesse
(1504–1567), a champion of the Protestant Reformation Prince Philippe, Count of Flanders
Prince Philippe, Count of Flanders
(1837–1905), father to Albert I of Belgium Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
(born 1921), prince consort of Elizabeth II of the UK Felipe VI of Spain
Felipe VI of Spain
(born 1968), king of Spain Philipp, Prince of Eulenburg
Philipp, Prince of Eulenburg
(1847–1921), Prussian diplomat Prince Carl Philip, Duke of Värmland
Prince Carl Philip, Duke of Värmland
(born 1979), Swedish prince Charles Philip, Duke of Södermanland
Charles Philip, Duke of Södermanland
(1601–1622), Swedish prince Pylyp Orlyk
Pylyp Orlyk
(1672–1742), Hetman of Ukraine

Other notable Philips[edit]

Phil Adrian (born 1930s), Canadian football player Phil Cates
Phil Cates
(1947–2014), American politician Phil Collins
Phil Collins
(born 1951), English singer and drummer for Genesis Phil Gramm
Phil Gramm
(born 1942), former U.S. Senator from Texas Phil Harris
Phil Harris
(1904–1995), American singer, songwriter, actor Phil Knight
Phil Knight
(born 1938), American co-founder and chairman of Nike Phil Lesh
Phil Lesh
(born 1940), bassist for Grateful Dead Phil Lynott
Phil Lynott
(1949–1986), Irish lead singer and bassist for Thin Lizzy Phil Manzanera
Phil Manzanera
(born 1951), guitarist for Roxy Music Phil Martinovich (1915–1964), American football player Phil McGraw
Phil McGraw
(born 1950), psychologist with his own TV show Phil Mickelson
Phil Mickelson
(born 1970), American professional golfer Phil Neville
Phil Neville
(born 1977), English footballer Phil Radford
Phil Radford
(born 1976), Greenpeace executive director Phil Spector
Phil Spector
(born 1939), American record producer Philip Glass
Philip Glass
(born 1937), American composer Philip Green
Philip Green
(born 1952), British CEO of the Arcadia Group Philip Hamilton
Philip Hamilton
(1782–1801), son of Alexander Hamilton, poet Philip K. Dick
Philip K. Dick
(1928–1982), American science fiction author Philip Larkin
Philip Larkin
(1922–1985), English poet and novelist Philip Oakey
Philip Oakey
(born 1955), singer and songwriter for the Human League Philip of Montfort, Lord of Castres
Philip of Montfort, Lord of Castres
(died 1270) Philip of Montfort, Lord of Tyre (died 1270) Philip Pugh (1679–1760), Welsh minister Philip Pullman
Philip Pullman
(born 1946), British novelist Philip Rivers
Philip Rivers
(born 1981), American football player Philip Roth
Philip Roth
(born 1933), American novelist Philip Seymour Hoffman
Philip Seymour Hoffman
(1967–2014), American actor Philip Treacy
Philip Treacy
(born 1967), Irish milliner Phillip Barnett (born 1990), American football player Phillip Schofield
Phillip Schofield
(born 1962), English television presenter Phillip Supernaw (born 1990), American football player Punxsutawney Phil, groundhog Sir Philip Miles, 2nd Baronet
Sir Philip Miles, 2nd Baronet
(1825–1888), English landowner and politician

Characters[edit]

Phil Mitchell, a character from the British soap opera EastEnders Phil, the Prince of Insufficient Light, a Dilbert character Philip Banks or Uncle Phil, a character from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Philip
Philip
J. Fry, one of the main characters on Futurama Philoctetes (Disney) or Phil, a character from Disney's 1997 film Hercules Prince Phillip (Disney), a character from Disney's 1959 film Sleeping Beauty

Places[edit]

Phillip, Australian Capital Territory, Canberra Philip, South Dakota, United States Phil, Kentucky, United States Philipp, Mississippi, United States

See also[edit]

Philippa Philippic Philippines Philipp

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