King Cothelas (died 334 BC) was a king of Dacia in the 4th century BC, ruling an area between Thrace and the Danube on the Black Sea as Getae chief. In 341 BC he became a vassal of Philip II of Macedon when he arranged for his daughter Meda of Odessa to marry him, but revoked the agreement when Philip II died in 336 BC. Two years later, his son Alexander the Great conquered Dacia and Cothelas was killed on the battlefield.

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