How"d they do that in the Persian empire

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Iran -- History -- To 640 -- Juvenile literature, Iran -- Social life and customs -- Juvenile liter
Statementby Khadija Ejaz.
GenreJuvenile literature
SeriesHow"d they do that
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LC ClassificationsDS281 .E34 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
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Open LibraryOL24061483M
ISBN 139781584158257
LC Control Number2009027345
OCLC/WorldCa311779496

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Archers of exceptional skill provided the military strength for Nubian rulers. In order to create a unified empire, Alexander the Great encouraged a rapprochement between the new Macedonian and the older Persian ruling elites.

At its peak, Sparta overpowered many key Greek states, including the elite Athenian navy. By the end of the 5 th century BCE, Sparta’s successes against the Athenian Empire and ability to invade Persian provinces in Anatolia ushered in a period of Spartan hegemony.

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There was the Yuan dynasty in china, the khanate of the Golden horde (greatest name ever) in Russia, the ilkhanates in Persia, and the khanate of Changtai in the steppes of Central Asia.First, the Chaldean-Babylonian Empire of gold—second, the Medo-Persian Empire of silver—third, the Greco-Macedonian Empire of brass—and fourth, the Roman Empire of iron mixed with clay.

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