Achaemenid

Some articles on achaemenid, achaemenids:

Cappadocia (satrapy)
... Katpatuka) was a satrapy (province) of the Achaemenid Empire used by the Achaemenids to administer the regions beyond the Taurus Mountains and the ... by name is Ariaramnes, who ruled sometime at the beginning of the reign of the Achaemenid king Darius the Great ... The last Achaemenid satrap of Cappadocia was Mithrobuzanes, who died in 334 BCE at the Battle of the Granicus fighting Alexanders invading army ...
Achaemenid Assyria
... Athura (Aramaic for Assyria) was a geographical area within the Persian Achaemenid Empire during the period of 539 BC to 330 BC ... Although sometimes regarded as a satrapy, Achaemenid royal inscriptions list it as a dahyu, a concept generally interpreted as meaning either a group of people or both a country and its people, without any ... Both parts were subsumed into the Achaemenid Empire in 539 BC, and it has been argued that they constituted the satrapies of Media and Athura, respectively ...
Farsi Vs. Persian - History - Old Persian
... language is the Behistun Inscription of the Achaemenid Darius I (r ... After Aramaic, or rather the Achaemenid form of it known as Imperial Aramaic, Old Persian is the most commonly attested language of the Achaemenid age ... While examples of Old Persian have been found wherever the Achaemenids held territories, the language is attested primarily in the inscriptions of ...
Achaemenid Coinage
... The coinage of the Achaemenid Empire was a continuation of the coins of Lydia ... Achaemenid coinage includes the official imperial issues (Darics and Sigloi), as well as coins issued by the Achaemenid governors (Satraps), such as those stationed in ancient Asia Minor ...