Agis IV (Gr. Ἄγις; c. 265 – 241 BC), the elder son of Eudamidas II, was the 24th king of the Eurypontid dynasty of Sparta.
- The Spartans do not ask how many the enemies are but where they are.
- Weep not for me: suffering, as I do, unjustly, I am in a happier case than my murderers.
- To one of his executioners, whom he noticed weeping, as quoted in Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology (1844) by WIlliam Smith, p. 73