Alexander sent him to Ecbatana, where he was condemned to death.
Burn them, and in ten days thou shalt be under the walls of Ecbatana.
In each of these provinces the principal city was called Ecbatana.
In the early spring he set out with the bulk of his army to Ecbatana.
She invades the Babylonians before the city was built, from whence they were denominated: and makes sumptuous gardens at Ecbatana.
This document was afterwards discovered in the archives of Ecbatana.
Did Zoroaster love you three years ago—when I saw you in his arms upon the terrace the morning when he came back from Ecbatana?
From his proud citadel at Ecbatana he ruled from the Halys to the Oxus.
Wilt thou allow search to be made in the house of the rolls at Ecbatana?
The colony at Ardericca was, however, hundreds of miles from Ecbatana.
"newspapers, radio, TV, etc." 1927, perhaps abstracted from mass media (1923, a technical term in advertising), plural of medium, on notion of "intermediate agency," a sense found in that word in English from c.1600.
media me·di·a1 (mē'dē-ə)
A plural of medium.
The tunica media.