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Xerxes: Assessment of His Life and Reign

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1st millennium BC Battle of Thermopylae Greco-Persian Wars Battle of Salamis Time Twenty-seventh Dynasty of Egypt Book of Esther Xerxes I Mardonius Achaemenid Empire Darius I Histories Could Xerxes
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1st millennium BC Battle of Thermopylae Greco-Persian Wars Battle of Salamis Time Twenty-seventh Dynasty of Egypt Book of Esther Xerxes I Mardonius Achaemenid Empire Darius I Histories Could Xerxes
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Religious policy 3. economic management positives and negatives 4. Xerxes’ military campaign and actions - positives and negatives 5. Harem intrigue 6.Xerxes and tradition ________________ 1. Persepolis • Persepolis is most significant testament to Xerxes’ strength as a king and his irrigation projects and maintenance of empire also support this view of his reign. • Xerxes practiced religious policy of tolerance - he allowed his subject peoples to worship their religions as long as they respected Ahuramazda. • he promoted religious policy of Ahuramazda, - inscription on Behistan rock as Xerxes states:‘Thou who (shalt be) hereafter, if thou shalt think, ‘Happy may I be when living , and when dead may I be blessed’, have respect for that law which Ahuramazda has established; worship Ahuramazda and Arta reverently. The man who has respect for that law whic...
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