[ ahr-tuh-zurk-seez ]
/ ˌɑr təˈzɜrk siz /
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"Longimanus", died 424 b.c., king of Persia 464–24.
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How to use Artaxerxes I in a sentence
These are of a known antiquity, and range from the time of Cambyses to that of Artaxerxes.The Ethnology of the British Colonies and Dependencies|Robert Gordon Latham
Artaxerxes asked what was to be done, to which Teribazus answered, “Put on another coat, and give this one to me.”
Artaxerxes, he states, was again thrown from his horse by the vehement onset of Cyrus, and again mounted.
His mother, however, always loved Cyrus more than Artaxerxes, and wished him to become king instead of his brother.
Artaxerxes was pleased with the man, and sent him a gold drinking-cup and a thousand darics.
British Dictionary definitions for Artaxerxes I
/ (ˌɑːtəˈzɜːksiːz) /
died 425 bc, king of Persia (465–425): son of Xerxes I
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