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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › XercesXerces - Wikipedia

    Xerces blue (Glaucopsyche xerces), an extinct butterfly; The Xerces Society, an environmental organization that focuses on invertebrates "Xerces", a song by Deftones on the album Saturday Night Wrist; Xerces was the original French spelling of Xerxes I; See also. Xerxes (disambiguation), the English spelling of this name

  2. de.wikipedia.org › wiki › XerxesXerxesWikipedia

    Xerxes (Armenien) (?–um 202 v. Chr.), König des westlichen Armenien und Sohn des Abdissares Xerxes (Sohn des Mithridates VI.) , Sohn des Königs Mithridates VI. von Pontos Xerxes , eine italienische Oper von Georg Friedrich Händel

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › AhasuerusAhasuerus - Wikipedia

    Ahasuerus is also given as the name of a King of Persia in the Book of Ezra. Modern commentators associate him with Xerxes I who reigned from 486 BC until 465 BC. Other identifications have been made for Cambyses II or with Bardiya (Greek Smerdis) who reigned (perhaps as an imposter) for seven months between Cambyses II and Darius I.

  4. nl.wikipedia.org › wiki › Xerxes_IXerxes I - Wikipedia

    Xerxes I (Perzisch: خشایارشا) was koning van het Perzische Rijk van 485 - 465 v.Chr. tijdens de dynastie van de Achaemeniden. Xerxes (Ξέρξης) is de Griekse versie van zijn naam. Xerxes (Ξέρξης) is de Griekse versie van zijn naam.

  5. Xerxes mandou construir um canal que atravessava a península de Atos, o que facilitou a passagem da frota. Após derrotar o exército de Leônidas I, vencendo a Batalha das Termópilas, que teve como palco o desfiladeiro de mesmo nome, Xerxes saqueou a Ática e, ao tomar Atenas, arrasou os santuários da Acrópole.

  6. I. Serhas veya Kserkses (Farsça: Haşayarşa)(خشايارشا)‎)(hükümdarlık: MÖ 486 – 465) Ahameniş İmparatorluğu'nun Pers kralıydı. Yunanca Eski Pers hükümdar adlarından Xšayāršā (Hşayarşa) sözcüğünden gelen Serhas, "kahramanlar kralı" anlamına gelmektedir.

  7. Su nombre Jerjes (también escrito Xerxes) es una transliteración de la forma griega (Ξερξης, "Xerxēs") de su nombre persa. [3] Académicos de la Biblia lo suelen identificar con Asuero, [4] personaje del libro de Ester, el cual varios eruditos consideran como un romance histórico. No hay un consenso claro, sin embargo, con respecto a ...

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