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The Persian Civilization and Empire

Summary: A brief history of the Persian civilization in modern-day Iran before the time of Christ. This includes the accomplishments under the rule of Darius and the religious influence of Zoroaster.
The Persian Empire was one of the most successful empires of all time and set many landmarks that are still alive today. Persia is the historical name for the country of Iran. A Persian monarch is also named a shah. These are just some facts about Persia and it flourished through the years. Hundreds of years before Jesus was born, many Indo-European speaking clans (Persians) were scattered all over southwestern Iran. Prior to 550 BC, the Persians had full control of the Medes (The area between the Persian Gulf and the Caspian Sea) and controlled many great trade routes. During that year, The Persians, under the control of the great Cyrus, took over the Meses land and the territory under medium control. Approximately three years later, Coesus, the king of Lydia, furiously assaulted the Persians but the powerhouse Persians weren't defeated and Coesus' territory was taken away. The Persians...

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