Artaxerxes


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Ar•ta•xerx•es

(ˌɑr təˈzɜrk siz)
n.
1. Artaxerxes I, ( “Longimanus” ), died 424 B.C., king of Persia 464–24.
2. Artaxerxes II, ( “Mnemon” ), died 359? B.C., king of Persia 404?–359?
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Noun1.Artaxerxes - king of Persia who subdued numerous revolutions and made peace with Sparta (?-359 BC)
2.Artaxerxes - king of Persia who sanctioned the practice of Judaism in Jerusalem (?-424 BC)
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Nehemiah asks the Persian King Artaxerxes to let him go home to rebuild the walls of Jerusalem.
297-301 with texts from Elephantine and reconstructs a complicated but plausible chain of events leading Artaxerxes H to order Ezra "to prepare and publish a religious document that would allow several central sanctuaries to exist and pave the way for a coexistence of a more inclusive and a more exclusive concept of Jewish identity" (pp.
wenn Kallirhoe als Sklavin an Dionysios verkauft wird und ihr ihr voriges Leben wie ein unwirklicher 'Traum und ein Mythos' erscheint (2,5,7: [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]); oder wenn der persische Konig Artaxerxes, bevor er Kallirhoe sieht, vom Gott Eros nur aus 'Mythen und Gedichten' gehort hat (6,3,2: [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]), nun aber seine Gewalt am eigenen Leib erfahrt.
Three years ago, the railway line threatened Naqsh-e Rustam, home to the tombs of the Achaemenid kings Darius I, Xerxes I, Artaxerxes I, and Darius II, and several other historic sites dating back to the Elamite and Sassanid eras.
Turning to the next outstanding figure in E-N, we are introduced to Ezra with a pedigree tracing him back to Aaron (7:1-5), and a document from Artaxerxes according him substantial authority (7:11-26).
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Ablah Harbor setting up in Sassanians period was considered as the main exit of the Persian Gulf [23] and in Artaxerxes I era, woods, sandals, the East African ivories, pearls, fabrics, dates, and the purple color were traded; accordingly, this harbor primarily developed into a major trading port of Sasanian dynasty [24].
133) which consists of six boxes of separate sheets arranged alphabetically by production (Acis & Galatea, Artaxerxes, etc.
9) Artaxerxes, on the other hand, is a good king but one who is tempted to behave like a tyrant, and whose inner turmoil concerns his power as much as his passion.
Before he is safely returned home by the magician Artaxerxes, Roverandom enjoys many adventures (21), plays games of hide-and-seek, takes a "run and a long walk," "goes on a rabbit hunt," splashes in the ponds and pools, and rolls over and over in the grass (Roverandom 45).
Another issue was the restoration of the Shaur Palace, built during the reign of the Achaemenid King Artaxerxes II (around 404-359 BCE).
Artaxerxes confronted a rebellion in Egypt in 460 B.