Persepolis - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in Persia, destroyed in 330 B.C.
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Peucestes holds a magnificent banquet for the army at Persepolis.
entered the city called Persepolis, and attempted to rob
pride at the palace in Persepolis which he himself had
they pass their autumns in Persepolis; and the rest of the
the cause that the palace of Persepolis was burnt down.
his companion, and returned to Persepolis. Here, having
10 Next he took Persepolis, the metropolis of the kingd
the camp. He then attacked Persepolis, the capital of the Persian
capital of the kingdom, Persepolis, which was destroyed by
the middle of Parthia, Persepolis, the nearest parts of
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