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Cryus the great was a Persian emperor .one of his things he would say was "No man was fit to rule unless he was more capable than all of his subjects".people knew him as a great leader that freed the jews.
Cyrus was the greatest Persian Emperor and a righteous human being. At the time of victory, he was generous toward defeated people. Being a freeman, he won the heart of his people; permitting them to worship their gods. He was extraordinarily peerless in all over the world. Comparing Cyrus' manner with Semi's rulers, one feels great pleasure for the Persian liberality and generosity and truly regards the Persian as the instructor of human race.
Cyrus the Great said that " no man was fit to rule unless he was more capable than all of his subjects.
Cyrus the Great was a Persian king from the Achemenides family. He is considered the founder of the Persian Empire and ruled from 559 to 530 BCE. Cyrus defeated Medes and founded the Achaemenid Dynasty. He was able to conquer Lydia and the cities along the coast of Asia Minor, Babylon and Babylonia. This was the empire he built which was later on taken by his son Cambyses. Cyrus was known for being a great leader, he was able to free the Jews from Nebuchadnezzar to Babylon(which is recognized in the bible.) He won the heart of his people since he let themworship their own gods. It is said that Cyrus was the first legislative who talked about the rights of humans and wrote principles about it. He was able to create and maintain the Achaemenian Empire as an "intelligent" city. He was able to mix diplomatic, military skills and he ruled fairly with his own wisdom. He was also called the "father" of the Greeks who he conquered, the Greeks also saw him as a worthy ruler. He was considered the Persian emperor and a great human being.
Beyond his nation, Cyrus left a lasting legacy on Jewish religion, human rights, and politics, and military strategy, as well as on both Eastern andWestern civilizations.
Cyrus II of Persia
Cyrus the Elder
, was a Persian
(Emperor). He was the founder of the Persian Empire under the Achaemenid dynasty. The empire expanded under his rule, eventually conquering most of Southwest Asia and much of Central Asia, from Egypt and the Hellespont in the west to the Indus River in the east, to create the largest state the world had yet seen.
history of cyrus the great
Cyrus was a great warrior that fought battles.He was a Persian king and a brave soldier.
This object is mentioned in "Persepolis" when the father of the shah goes to the grave of Cyrus the Great and spends all of the country's money on the celebration of the 2500 years of emperors/dynasties and other frivolities.In the early 1970s, the Shah of Iran adopted it as a symbol of his reign and celebrating 2,500 years of Iranian monarchy, asserting that it was "the first human rights charter in history"
Cyrus was an important figure in the world. He was the "father of the Iranian nation". He was the first
leader in the world to be known as "The Great". He founded the first world empire and the second Iranian
empire (the Achaemenids). The name Cyrus means "sun like". Cyrus says that his family was a Persian king.
When he founded the second Iranian empire, the Achaemendis he wanted to gain power over the Mediterranean
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