Susa


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Su·sa

 (so͞o′sə, -zə)
A ruined city of southwest Iran south of Hamaden. It was the capital of the kingdom of Elam and a capital of the Persian Empire under Cyrus the Great.

Susa

(ˈsuːsə)
n
(Placename) an ancient city north of the Persian Gulf: capital of Elam and of the Persian Empire; flourished as a Greek polis under the Seleucids and Parthians. Biblical name: Shushan

Su•sa

(ˈsu sə, -sɑ)

n.
a ruined city in W Iran: the capital of ancient Elam. Biblical name, Shushan.
Su′si•an (-zi ən) n., adj.
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So, if great things to small may be compar'd, XERXES, the Libertie of GREECE to yoke, From SUSA his MEMNONIAN Palace high Came to the Sea, and over HELLESPONT Bridging his way, EUROPE with ASIA joyn'd, And scourg'd with many a stroak th' indignant waves.
As the Persian imitated in the slender shafts and capitals of his architecture the stem and flower of the lotus and palm, so the Persian court in its magnificent era never gave over the nomadism of its barbarous tribes, but travelled from Ecbatana, where the spring was spent, to Susa in summer and to Babylon for the winter.
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Susa contains several layers of superimposed urban settlements in a continuous succession from the late 5th millennium BCE until the 13th century CE.
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Susa indicated that EGAS had raised its targeted number of citizens buying natural gas in Egypt from 750,000 to 1,750,000 citizens.
Residents of the area said the four police officers were guarding the check point which lies on the west gate of Susa near the Green Mountains, 260km east of Benghazi.
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Efes first attained importance in the first century BC, due to its position as a sheltered harbour and the starting point of the royal road leading to Susa, the capital of the Persian Empire.