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22 Apr 2020 ... Darius II Nothus. Darius II Nothus: Achaemenid king of the Persian Empire, ruled from 423 to 404.

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30 Apr 2020 ... Darius I (Old Persian Dârayavauš): king of ancient Persia, whose reign ... One of the first acts of Darius was to make it known to everybody that, ...

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21 Apr 2020 ... Darius I (Old Persian Dârayavauš): king of ancient Persia, whose reign ... until Darius arrives in Susa, one of the capitals of the Persian empire.

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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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Darius II (Old Persian: Dārayavahuš), also called Darius II Nothus or Darius II Ochus, was king of kings of the Persian Empire from 423 BC to 404 or 405 BC.

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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 Mede is mentioned in the Book of Daniel as king of Babylon between Belshazzar ... Verse 1 sets the time of Daniel's vision as the "first year of Darius son of Ahasuerus, by birth a Mede", but no Darius is known to history, nor can any ...

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Darius I commonly known as Darius the Great, was the third Persian King of Kings of the ... One of the significant events of Darius's early reign was the slaying of Intaphernes, one of the seven noblemen who had deposed the previous ruler ...

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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 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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10 Apr 2017 ... 522-486 BCE), also known as Darius the Great, was the third Persian ... Darius's reign was one of the most important episodes in the history of ...

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8 Aug 2011 ... Game was also ported to Genesis/Mega Drive as Sagaia, PC-Engine as Super Darius II (enhanced), and Saturn as Darius II (complete with ...

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11 Feb 2019 ... Darius I (548-486 BC) assumed the throne of Persia at age 28. He ruled for over 30 years and was admired for his organizational skills that ...

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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 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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13 Jun 2020 ... The Behistun Inscription, carved into a cliffside, gives the same text in three languages (Old Persian, Babylonian, Elamite) telling the story of ...

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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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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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27 Aug 2012 ... http://www.longplays.org Played by MadMatty (Please read description for timestamps) Playthough of the popular Arcade game Darius II.

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14 Apr 2020 ... The Behistun Inscription · Behistun rock from the east A large relief (5½ x 3 meters) depicting king Darius, his bow carrier Intaphrenes and his ...

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