The Return of Xerxes to Persia.
... [Illustration: THE RETURN OF XERXES TO PERSIA.]. ... He had three sons who might be
considered as heirs to his throne"Darius, Hystaspes, and Artaxerxes. ...
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Smerdis the Magian.
... His father, Hystaspes, was at that time the governor of the province of Persia,
and Darius had been residing with him in that country. ...
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Concerning Nebuchadnezzar and his Successors and How their ...
... and when he was dead, it came to Baltasar,  who by the Babylonians was called
Naboandelus; against him did Cyrus, the king of Persia, and Darius, the king ...
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In the Meantime, those Jews, Who, as we have Said Above...
... of by the king, the building of the city was put a stop to, and delayed until the
second year of Darius the king. But, who were kings of Persia throughout this ...
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The Accession of Darius.
... DARIUS, SON OF HYSTASPES, OBTAINED THE SOVEREIGNTY OF PERSIA BY THE SAGACITY OF
HIS HORSE AND THE INGENIOUS CONTRIVANCE OF OEBASES HIS GROOM. ...
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... He then hunted Darius into the mountain parts of the north of Persia, and after
two more victories, the Greeks found the poor Persian king dying on the ground ...
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How Xerxes the Son of Darius was Well Disposed to the Jews; as ...
... 1. Upon the death of Darius, Xerxes his son took the kingdom, who, as he ... again to
Jerusalem, and to their own land, and had obliged the kings of Persia to have ...
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Of the Persecutions in Persia and of them that were Martyred There ...
... name of the Grandfather of Cambyses, father of Cyrus, and also of a son of Darius,
son of Hystaspes. Hence the Achæmenidæ were the noblest stock of Persia. ...
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How after the Death of Cambyses and the Slaughter of the Magi but ...
... they every one departed to go to bed at their own houses, and Darius the king ... morning
he sent for his great men, his princes, and toparchs of Persia and Media ...
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Building in Troublous Times
... 5. And hired counsellors against them, to frustrate their purpose, all the days
of Cyrus king of Persia, even until the reign of Darius king of Persia.'"Ezra ...
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Nave's Topical IndexDaniel 5:31
And Darius the Median took the kingdom, being about three score and two years old.Nave's Topical Index
It pleased Darius to set over the kingdom an hundred and twenty princes, which should be over the whole kingdom;
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In the first year of Darius the son of Ahasuerus, of the seed of the Medes, which was made king over the realm of the Chaldeans;
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Medo-Persian Kingdom: Achmetha or Ecbatana a Chief City of
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Babylon Taken by the King of
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Celebrated for Wise Men
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Divided Into Many Provinces
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Extended from India to Ethiopia
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Illustrated by a Bear
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Illustrated by a Ram With Two Horns
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Illustrated by Silver Part of Image in Nebuchadnezzar's Dream
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Kings of Called Kings of Assyria
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Kings of Called Kings of Babylon
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Kings of Dwelt in Royal Palaces
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Kings of Entertained Magnificently
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Kings of Held in Their Hand a Golden Sceptre
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Kings of Put to Death all Who Approached Them Without Permission
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Kings of Styled Themselves King of Kings
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Kings of Were Exceeding Rich
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Kings of, Mentioned in Scripture: Ahasuerus or Cambyses
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Kings of, Mentioned in Scripture: Artaxerxes Longimanus or Ahasuerus
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Kings of, Mentioned in Scripture: Artaxerxes Smerdis (An Usurper)
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Kings of, Mentioned in Scripture: Cyrus
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Kings of, Mentioned in Scripture: Darius Hystaspes
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Kings of, Mentioned in Scripture: Xerxes
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Laws of, Unalterable
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Peculiar Customs In
Medo-Persian Kingdom: People of, Warlike
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Peopled by Descendants of Eliam
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Predictions Respecting: Conquest of Babylon
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Predictions Respecting: Deliverance of the Jews
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Predictions Respecting: Downfall by Alexander
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Predictions Respecting: Extensive Conquest
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Predictions Respecting: Invasion of Greece Under Xerxes
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Ruled By, Absolute Kings
Medo-Persian Kingdom: Shushan a Chief City of
Medo-Persian Kingdom: The Jews Delivered from Captivity by Means of
Persia: An Empire Which Extended from India to Ethiopia, Comprising One-Hundred and Twenty-Seven Provinces
Persia: Artaxerxes I
Persia: Artaxerxes Ii
Persia: Captivity Foretold
Persia: Government of, Restricted by Constitutional Limitations
Persia: Israel Captive In
Persia: Men of, in the Tyrian Army
Persia: Municipal Governments In, Provided With Dual Governors
Persia: Princes of
Persia: Prophecies Concerning
Persia: Rulers of Ahasuerus
Persia: Status of Women In; Queen Sat on the Throne With the King
Persia: System of Justice
Persia: The Princes Were Advisors in Matters of Administration
Persia: Vashti Was Divorced for Refusing to Appear Before the King's Courtiers
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