Darius I

NOUN
  1. king of Persia who expanded the Persian Empire and invaded Greece but was defeated at the battle of Marathon (550-486 BC)
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How To Use Darius I In A Sentence

  • DARIUS I instituted a major reorganization of the administration and finances of the empire, establishing twenty provinces ruled by Satraps.
  • An ancient city of Persia northeast of modern Shiraz in southwest Iran. It was the ceremonial capital of Darius I and his successors.
  • King Darius I is noteworthy for his administrative reforms, military conquests, and religious toleration.
  • Darius is not shy of ingratiating himself to famous people.
  • Darius II died at Babylon, and Artaxerxes II promoted in the city the worship of Anaitis. Myths of Babylonia and Assyria
  • Darius is a punishing hitter who provides dynamite run support.
  • An ancient city of Persia northeast of modern Shiraz in southwest Iran. It was the ceremonial capital of Darius I and his successors.
  • The Great Persian King Darius I announced that the official language of the western half of the Persian Empire was to be Aramaic.
  • The Tajikistan were part of the ancient Persian Empire that was ruled by Darius I and later conquered by Alexander the Great (333 B.C.).
  • The rule of Darius I in the late BC and 492 BC for 40 years and has twice sent troops to invade Greece West.
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