Artaxerxes I


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Ar·ta·xer·xes I

 (är′tə-zûrk′sēz′) Died 424 bc.
King of Persia (465-425) who sanctioned the practice of Judaism in Jerusalem.

Artaxerxes I

(ˌɑːtəˈzɜːksiːz)
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(Biography) died 425 bc, king of Persia (465–425): son of Xerxes I
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Noun1.Artaxerxes I - king of Persia who sanctioned the practice of Judaism in Jerusalem (?-424 BC)
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Rather, Briant argues that the original statue was of the dedicator himself and that it was placed in a sanctuary before a local deity during the reign of either Artaxerxes I or II, and that the religious proscriptions are unrelated later additions.
As Yarshater points out (1971: 518; 1976: 59), the memories of Cyrus and Artaxerxes I Longimanus are attached to the figure of the late Kayanid Bahman.
25, 30, 51, and 107), is dated in year 40 of Artaxerxes I, 425 B.