(spelled as in Stv II 309; on coins Λυκκείου/Lykkeíou or Λυκπείου/Lykpeíou, HN 236; [1. 199-201, pl. XXXVII; 2. 71]). L., king of Paeonia (359-335 BC), fought alongside Cetriporis of Thrace and Grabus of Illyria (356) against Philippus II of Macedonia, but joined the latter as an ally after the defeat (Isoc. Or. 5,21; Diod. Sic. 16,22,3: not mentioned by name); Stv II 309 (alliance with Athens of July 356).
1 H. Gaebler, Mz. Nordgriechenlands, vol. 3.2, 1935
2 H. Krahe, Die Sprache der Illyrier, 1955.