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Darius II Ochus, Achaemenid king (reigned 423–404 bce) of Persia. The son of Artaxerxes I by a Babylonian concubine, he seized the throne from his half ...

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Darius II, original name Ochus (died 404 BC), king of Persia (423-404 BC). He was an illegitimate son of Artaxerxes I, hence his Greek name, Nothos, meaning ...

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Darius I, or Darius the Great, (c. 550–486 BCE) was the third king of the Persian Achaemenid Empire, who ruled the empire at its peak. May Ahuramazda protect ...

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Darius the Great (Darayawush I) (ca. 549 B.C.E. – 485/486 B.C.E.; Old Persian Dārayawuš: "He Who Holds Firm the Good"), was the son of Hystaspes and ...

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12 Aug 2019 ... In this episode we cover the kings of kings after Artaxerxes II. Darius II and Artaxerxes II. Having learned past lessons from their conflict with the ...

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2 Dec 2019 ... Darius II Ochus (died 404 BCE) was king of the Achaemenid Empire from 423 BCE until his death in...

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Page of Queen Tomyris Receiving the Head of Cyrus, King of Persia by PRETI, Mattia in the Web Gallery of Art, a searchable image collection and database of ...

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Sam Mirza (Persian: سام میرزا‎‎), better known by his dynastic name of Shah Safi (Persian: شاه صفی‎‎) was the sixth Safavid shah (king) of Iran, ruling from 1629 ...

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Darius I, king of Persia in 522–486 BC, one of the greatest rulers of the Achaemenid dynasty, who was noted for his administrative genius and for his building ...

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Darius II is a shoot 'em up video game originally released in 1989 by Taito for Arcades. It is the first sequel to Darius and fourth in the series' timeline. The game ...

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Darius II was the sixth Achaemenid king of kings (r. February 423- March 403 B.C.E.). He had been satrap of Hyrcania. Darius was his throne name; his given ...

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Like Assassin's Creed before it, Prince of Persia is becoming a VR escape room game that's only available in certain locations.

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