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Darius I

[ duh-rahy-uhs ]
/ dəˈraɪ əs /
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noun
Darius Hystaspes; "the Great", 558?–486? b.c., king of Persia 521–486.
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Darius I
/ (dəˈraɪəs) /

noun
known as Darius the Great, surname Hystaspis. ?550–486 bc, king of Persia (521–486), who extended the Persian empire and crushed the revolt of the Ionian city states (500). He led two expeditions against Greece but was defeated at Marathon (490)
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