|King of Epirus|
|Reign||430 - 392 BC|
|Predecessor||Admetus of Epirus|
|Successor||Alcetas I of Epirus|
|Issue||Alcetas I of Epirus|
|Religion||Ancient Greek religion|
Tharrhypas (Greek: Θαρύπας, 430 - 392 BC) was a king of the Molossians and ancestor of Alexander the Great.
He is mentioned by Thucydides as a minor in 429 BC.
He was the father of Alcetas I, and is said to have been the first to introduce southern Greek (namely Attic) cultural traits among Molossians.