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Following this, revolts broke out in Persis , the homeland of the Persians and Darius and then in Elam and Babylonia, followed by in Media , Parthia , Assyria , and Egypt.

Even though Darius did not seem to have the support of the populace , Darius had a loyal army, led by close confidants and nobles including the six nobles who had helped him remove Gaumata.

With their support, Darius was able to suppress and quell all revolts within a year. In Darius's words, he had killed a total of eight "lying kings" through the quelling of revolutions.

Darius left a detailed account of these revolutions in the Behistun Inscription. One of the significant events of Darius's early reign was the slaying of Intaphernes , one of the seven noblemen who had deposed the previous ruler and installed Darius as the new monarch.

The seven had made an agreement that they could all visit the new king whenever they pleased, except when he was with his wife.

One evening, Intaphernes went to the palace to meet Darius, but was stopped by two officers who stated that Darius had retired for the night. Becoming enraged and insulted, Intaphernes drew his sword and cut off the ears and noses of the two officers.

While leaving the palace, he took the bridle from his horse, and tied the two officers together. The officers went to the king and showed him what Intaphernes had done to them.

Darius began to fear for his own safety; he thought that all seven noblemen had banded together to rebel against him and that the attack against his officers was the first sign of revolt.

He sent a messenger to each of the noblemen, asking them if they approved of Intaphernes's actions. They denied and disavowed any connection with Intaphernes's actions, stating that they stood by their decision to appoint Darius as King of Kings.

Taking precautions against further resistance, Darius sent soldiers to seize Intaphernes, along with his son, family members, relatives and any friends who were capable of arming themselves.

Darius believed that Intaphernes was planning a rebellion, but when he was brought to the court, there was no proof of any such plan.

Nonetheless, Darius killed Intaphernes's entire family, excluding his wife's brother and son. She was asked to choose between her brother and son.

She chose her brother to live. Her reasoning for doing so was that she could have another husband and another son, but she would always have but one brother.

Darius was impressed by her response and spared both her brother's and her son's life. After securing his authority over the entire empire , Darius embarked on a campaign to Egypt where he defeated the armies of the Pharaoh and secured the lands that Cambyses had conquered while incorporating a large portion of Egypt into the Achaemenid Empire.

Through another series of campaigns, Darius I would eventually reign over the territorial apex of the empire, when it stretched from parts of the Balkans Thrace - Macedonia , Bulgaria - Paeonia in the west, to the Indus Valley in the east.

Darius then marched through the Bolan Pass and returned through Arachosia and Drangiana back to Persia. After Bardiya was murdered, widespread revolts occurred throughout the empire , especially on the eastern side.

Darius asserted his position as king by force, taking his armies throughout the empire, suppressing each revolt individually. This revolt occurred when Otanes withdrew much of the army from Babylon to aid Darius in suppressing other revolts.

Darius felt that the Babylonian people had taken advantage of him and deceived him, which resulted in Darius gathering a large army and marching to Babylon.

At Babylon, Darius was met with closed gates and a series of defences to keep him and his armies out. However, the situation changed in Darius's favour when, according to the story, a mule owned by Zopyrus , a high-ranking soldier, foaled.

Following this, a plan was hatched for Zopyrus to pretend to be a deserter, enter the Babylonian camp, and gain the trust of the Babylonians.

The plan was successful and Darius's army eventually surrounded the city and overcame the rebels. During this revolt, Scythian nomads took advantage of the disorder and chaos and invaded Persia.

Darius first finished defeating the rebels in Elam, Assyria, and Babylon and then attacked the Scythian invaders. He pursued the invaders, who led him to a marsh; there he found no known enemies but an enigmatic Scythian tribe.

The Scythians were a group of north Iranian nomadic tribes, speaking an Iranian language Scythian languages who had invaded Media , killed Cyrus in battle, revolted against Darius and threatened to disrupt trade between Central Asia and the shores of the Black Sea as they lived between the Danube River, River Don and the Black Sea.

Darius crossed the Black Sea at the Bosphorus Straits using a bridge of boats. Darius conquered large portions of Eastern Europe , even crossing the Danube to wage war on the Scythians.

Darius invaded European Scythia in BC, [31] where the Scythians evaded Darius's army, using feints and retreating eastwards while laying waste to the countryside, by blocking wells, intercepting convoys, destroying pastures and continuous skirmishes against Darius's army.

In frustration Darius sent a letter to the Scythian ruler Idanthyrsus to fight or surrender. The ruler replied that he would not stand and fight with Darius until they found the graves of their fathers and tried to destroy them.

Until then, they would continue their strategy as they had no cities or cultivated lands to lose. Darius eventually ordered a halt at the banks of Oarus , where he built "eight great forts, some eight miles distant from each other", no doubt as a frontier defence.

Concerned about losing more of his troops, Darius halted the march at the banks of the Volga River and headed towards Thrace.

Darius's European expedition was a major event in his reign, which began with the invasion of Thrace. Darius also conquered many cities of the northern Aegean, Paeonia , while Macedonia submitted voluntarily, after the demand of earth and water , becoming a vassal kingdom.

Nonetheless, there were certain Greeks who were pro-Persian, although these were largely based in Athens.

To improve Greek-Persian relations, Darius opened his court and treasuries to those Greeks who wanted to serve him.

These Greeks served as soldiers , artisans , statesmen and mariners for Darius. However, the increasing concerns amongst the Greeks over the strength of Darius's kingdom along with the constant interference by the Greeks in Ionia and Lydia were stepping stones towards the conflict that was yet to come between Persia and certain of the leading Greek city states.

When Aristagoras organized the Ionian Revolt , Eretria and Athens supported him by sending ships and troops to Ionia and by burning Sardis.

Persian military and naval operations to quell the revolt ended in the Persian reoccupation of Ionian and Greek islands, as well as the re-subjugation of Thrace and the conquering of Macedonia in BC under Mardonius.

Mardonius' campaign made it a fully subordinate part of the Persian kingdom. At the same time, anti-Persian parties gained more power in Athens, and pro-Persian aristocrats were exiled from Athens and Sparta.

Darius responded by sending troops led by his son-in-law across the Hellespont. However, a violent storm and harassment by the Thracians forced the troops to return to Persia.

Seeking revenge on Athens and Eretria, Darius assembled another army of 20, men under his Admiral, Datis , and his nephew Artaphernes , who met success when they captured Eretria and advanced to Marathon.

In BCE, at the Battle of Marathon , the Persian army was defeated by a heavily armed Athenian army, with 9, men who were supported by Plataeans and 10, lightly armed soldiers led by Miltiades.

The defeat at Marathon marked the end of the first Persian invasion of Greece. Darius began preparations for a second force which he would command, instead of his generals; however, before the preparations were complete, Darius died, thus leaving the task to his son Xerxes.

Darius was the son of Hystaspes and the grandson of Arsames. Both men belonged to the Achaemenid tribe and were still alive when Darius ascended the throne.

Darius justifies his ascension to the throne with his lineage. He claimed he could trace his ancestors back to Achaemenes , even though he was only distantly related.

With this in mind, Darius married Atossa , daughter of Cyrus , with whom he had four sons: Xerxes , Achaemenes , Masistes and Hystaspes.

He also married Artystone , another daughter of Cyrus, with whom he had two sons, Arsames and Gobryas. Darius married Parmys , the daughter of Bardiya, with whom he had a son, Ariomardus.

Furthermore, Darius married Phratagune , with whom he had two sons, Abrokomas and Hyperantes. He also married another woman of the nobility, Phaidyme , the daughter of Otanes.

It is unknown if he had any children with her. Before these royal marriages, Darius had married an unknown daughter of his good friend and lance carrier Gobryas from an early marriage, with whom he had three sons, Artobazanes , Ariabignes and Arsamenes.

Any daughters he had with her are not known. Although Artobazanes was Darius's first-born, Xerxes became heir and the next king through the influence of Atossa ; she had great authority in the kingdom as Darius loved her the most of all his wives.

After becoming aware of the Persian defeat at the Battle of Marathon , Darius began planning another expedition against the Greek-city states; this time, he, not Datis, would command the imperial armies.

Darius had spent three years preparing men and ships for war when a revolt broke out in Egypt. This revolt in Egypt worsened his failing health and prevented the possibility of his leading another army.

Soon after, Darius died. In October BCE, the body of Darius was embalmed and entombed in the rock-cut sepulchre that had been prepared for him several years earlier.

Xerxes, the eldest son of Darius and Atossa , succeeded to the throne as Xerxes I ; however, prior to Xerxes's accession, he contested the succession with his elder half-brother Artobarzanes, Darius's eldest son who was born to his commoner first wife before Darius rose to power.

Early in his reign, Darius wanted to reorganize the structure of the empire and reform the system of taxation he inherited from Cyrus and Cambyses.

To do this, Darius created twenty provinces called satrapies or archi which were each assigned to a satrap archon and specified fixed tributes that the satrapies were required to pay.

A complete list is preserved in the catalogue of Herodotus, beginning with Ionia and listing the other satrapies from west to east excluding Persis which was the land of the Persians and the only province which was not a conquered land.

Tributes were paid in both silver and gold talents. Tributes in silver from each satrap were measured with the Babylonian talent.

Those paid in gold were measured with the Euboic talent. The total tribute from the satraps came to an amount less than 15, silver talents.

The majority of the satraps were of Persian origin and were members of the royal house or the six great noble families. These satraps were personally picked by Darius to monitor these provinces.

Each of these provinces were divided into sub-provinces with their own governors which were chosen either by the royal court or by the satrap. To assess tributes, a commission evaluated the expenses and revenues of each satrap.

To ensure that one person did not gain too much power, each satrap had a secretary who observed the affairs of the state and communicated with Darius, a treasurer who safeguarded provincial revenues and a garrison commander who was responsible for the troops.

Additionally, royal inspectors who were the "eyes and ears" of Darius completed further checks on each satrap. The imperial administration was coordinated by the chancery with headquarters at Persepolis, Susa, and Babylon with Bactria, Ecbatana, Sardis, Dascylium and Memphis having branches.

Darius chose Aramaic as a common language, which soon spread throughout the empire. However, Darius gathered a group of scholars to create a separate language system only used for Persis and the Persians, which was called Aryan script which was only used for official inscriptions.

Darius introduced a new universal currency, the daric, sometime before BCE. Darius used the coinage system as a transnational currency to regulate trade and commerce throughout his empire.

The Daric was also recognized beyond the borders of the empire, in places such as Celtic Central Europe and Eastern Europe. There were two types of darics, a gold daric and a silver daric.

Only the king could mint gold darics. Important generals and satraps minted silver darics, the latter usually to recruit Greek mercenaries in Anatolia.

The daric was a major boost to international trade. Trade goods such as textiles , carpets , tools and metal objects began to travel throughout Asia, Europe and Africa.

To further improve trade, Darius built the Royal Road , a postal system and Phoenician-based commercial shipping. The daric also improved government revenues as the introduction of the daric made it easier to collect new taxes on land, livestock and marketplaces.

This led to the registration of land which was measured and then taxed. The increased government revenues helped maintain and improve existing infrastructure and helped fund irrigation projects in dry lands.

This new tax system also led to the formation of state banking and the creation of banking firms. One of the most famous banking firms was Murashu Sons , based in the Babylonian city of Nippur.

In an effort to further improve trade, Darius built canals, underground waterways and a powerful navy. He further improved and expanded the network of roads and way stations throughout the empire, so that there was a system of travel authorization for the King, satraps and other high officials, which entitled the traveller to draw provisions at daily stopping places.

While there is no absolute consensus about the adherence of the kings before Darius, such as Cyrus and Cambyses , it is well established that Darius was an adherent of Zoroastrianism [48] or at least a firm believer in Ahura Mazda.

Darius had dualistic philosophical convictions and believed that each rebellion in his kingdom was the work of druj, the enemy of Asha.

Darius believed that because he lived righteously by Asha, Ahura Mazda supported him. In the lands that were conquered by his empire, Darius followed the same Achaemenid tolerance that Cyrus had shown and later Achaemenid kings would show.

He supported faiths and religions that were "alien" as long as the adherents were submissive and peaceable, sometimes giving them grants from his treasury for their purposes.

He had also observed Egyptian religious rites related to kingship and had built the temple for the Egyptian god, Amun.

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She was asked to choose between her brother and son. She chose her brother to live. Her reasoning for doing so was that she could have another husband and another son, but she would always have but one brother.

Darius was impressed by her response and spared both her brother's and her son's life. After securing his authority over the entire empire , Darius embarked on a campaign to Egypt where he defeated the armies of the Pharaoh and secured the lands that Cambyses had conquered while incorporating a large portion of Egypt into the Achaemenid Empire.

Through another series of campaigns, Darius I would eventually reign over the territorial apex of the empire, when it stretched from parts of the Balkans Thrace - Macedonia , Bulgaria - Paeonia in the west, to the Indus Valley in the east.

Darius then marched through the Bolan Pass and returned through Arachosia and Drangiana back to Persia. After Bardiya was murdered, widespread revolts occurred throughout the empire , especially on the eastern side.

Darius asserted his position as king by force, taking his armies throughout the empire, suppressing each revolt individually. This revolt occurred when Otanes withdrew much of the army from Babylon to aid Darius in suppressing other revolts.

Darius felt that the Babylonian people had taken advantage of him and deceived him, which resulted in Darius gathering a large army and marching to Babylon.

At Babylon, Darius was met with closed gates and a series of defences to keep him and his armies out. However, the situation changed in Darius's favour when, according to the story, a mule owned by Zopyrus , a high-ranking soldier, foaled.

Following this, a plan was hatched for Zopyrus to pretend to be a deserter, enter the Babylonian camp, and gain the trust of the Babylonians.

The plan was successful and Darius's army eventually surrounded the city and overcame the rebels. During this revolt, Scythian nomads took advantage of the disorder and chaos and invaded Persia.

Darius first finished defeating the rebels in Elam, Assyria, and Babylon and then attacked the Scythian invaders. He pursued the invaders, who led him to a marsh; there he found no known enemies but an enigmatic Scythian tribe.

The Scythians were a group of north Iranian nomadic tribes, speaking an Iranian language Scythian languages who had invaded Media , killed Cyrus in battle, revolted against Darius and threatened to disrupt trade between Central Asia and the shores of the Black Sea as they lived between the Danube River, River Don and the Black Sea.

Darius crossed the Black Sea at the Bosphorus Straits using a bridge of boats. Darius conquered large portions of Eastern Europe , even crossing the Danube to wage war on the Scythians.

Darius invaded European Scythia in BC, [31] where the Scythians evaded Darius's army, using feints and retreating eastwards while laying waste to the countryside, by blocking wells, intercepting convoys, destroying pastures and continuous skirmishes against Darius's army.

In frustration Darius sent a letter to the Scythian ruler Idanthyrsus to fight or surrender. The ruler replied that he would not stand and fight with Darius until they found the graves of their fathers and tried to destroy them.

Until then, they would continue their strategy as they had no cities or cultivated lands to lose. Darius eventually ordered a halt at the banks of Oarus , where he built "eight great forts, some eight miles distant from each other", no doubt as a frontier defence.

Concerned about losing more of his troops, Darius halted the march at the banks of the Volga River and headed towards Thrace.

Darius's European expedition was a major event in his reign, which began with the invasion of Thrace.

Darius also conquered many cities of the northern Aegean, Paeonia , while Macedonia submitted voluntarily, after the demand of earth and water , becoming a vassal kingdom.

Nonetheless, there were certain Greeks who were pro-Persian, although these were largely based in Athens. To improve Greek-Persian relations, Darius opened his court and treasuries to those Greeks who wanted to serve him.

These Greeks served as soldiers , artisans , statesmen and mariners for Darius. However, the increasing concerns amongst the Greeks over the strength of Darius's kingdom along with the constant interference by the Greeks in Ionia and Lydia were stepping stones towards the conflict that was yet to come between Persia and certain of the leading Greek city states.

When Aristagoras organized the Ionian Revolt , Eretria and Athens supported him by sending ships and troops to Ionia and by burning Sardis.

Persian military and naval operations to quell the revolt ended in the Persian reoccupation of Ionian and Greek islands, as well as the re-subjugation of Thrace and the conquering of Macedonia in BC under Mardonius.

Mardonius' campaign made it a fully subordinate part of the Persian kingdom. At the same time, anti-Persian parties gained more power in Athens, and pro-Persian aristocrats were exiled from Athens and Sparta.

Darius responded by sending troops led by his son-in-law across the Hellespont. However, a violent storm and harassment by the Thracians forced the troops to return to Persia.

Seeking revenge on Athens and Eretria, Darius assembled another army of 20, men under his Admiral, Datis , and his nephew Artaphernes , who met success when they captured Eretria and advanced to Marathon.

In BCE, at the Battle of Marathon , the Persian army was defeated by a heavily armed Athenian army, with 9, men who were supported by Plataeans and 10, lightly armed soldiers led by Miltiades.

The defeat at Marathon marked the end of the first Persian invasion of Greece. Darius began preparations for a second force which he would command, instead of his generals; however, before the preparations were complete, Darius died, thus leaving the task to his son Xerxes.

Darius was the son of Hystaspes and the grandson of Arsames. Both men belonged to the Achaemenid tribe and were still alive when Darius ascended the throne.

Darius justifies his ascension to the throne with his lineage. He claimed he could trace his ancestors back to Achaemenes , even though he was only distantly related.

With this in mind, Darius married Atossa , daughter of Cyrus , with whom he had four sons: Xerxes , Achaemenes , Masistes and Hystaspes.

He also married Artystone , another daughter of Cyrus, with whom he had two sons, Arsames and Gobryas. Darius married Parmys , the daughter of Bardiya, with whom he had a son, Ariomardus.

Furthermore, Darius married Phratagune , with whom he had two sons, Abrokomas and Hyperantes. He also married another woman of the nobility, Phaidyme , the daughter of Otanes.

It is unknown if he had any children with her. Before these royal marriages, Darius had married an unknown daughter of his good friend and lance carrier Gobryas from an early marriage, with whom he had three sons, Artobazanes , Ariabignes and Arsamenes.

Any daughters he had with her are not known. Although Artobazanes was Darius's first-born, Xerxes became heir and the next king through the influence of Atossa ; she had great authority in the kingdom as Darius loved her the most of all his wives.

After becoming aware of the Persian defeat at the Battle of Marathon , Darius began planning another expedition against the Greek-city states; this time, he, not Datis, would command the imperial armies.

Darius had spent three years preparing men and ships for war when a revolt broke out in Egypt. This revolt in Egypt worsened his failing health and prevented the possibility of his leading another army.

Soon after, Darius died. In October BCE, the body of Darius was embalmed and entombed in the rock-cut sepulchre that had been prepared for him several years earlier.

Xerxes, the eldest son of Darius and Atossa , succeeded to the throne as Xerxes I ; however, prior to Xerxes's accession, he contested the succession with his elder half-brother Artobarzanes, Darius's eldest son who was born to his commoner first wife before Darius rose to power.

Early in his reign, Darius wanted to reorganize the structure of the empire and reform the system of taxation he inherited from Cyrus and Cambyses.

To do this, Darius created twenty provinces called satrapies or archi which were each assigned to a satrap archon and specified fixed tributes that the satrapies were required to pay.

A complete list is preserved in the catalogue of Herodotus, beginning with Ionia and listing the other satrapies from west to east excluding Persis which was the land of the Persians and the only province which was not a conquered land.

Tributes were paid in both silver and gold talents. Tributes in silver from each satrap were measured with the Babylonian talent. Those paid in gold were measured with the Euboic talent.

The total tribute from the satraps came to an amount less than 15, silver talents. The majority of the satraps were of Persian origin and were members of the royal house or the six great noble families.

These satraps were personally picked by Darius to monitor these provinces. Each of these provinces were divided into sub-provinces with their own governors which were chosen either by the royal court or by the satrap.

To assess tributes, a commission evaluated the expenses and revenues of each satrap. To ensure that one person did not gain too much power, each satrap had a secretary who observed the affairs of the state and communicated with Darius, a treasurer who safeguarded provincial revenues and a garrison commander who was responsible for the troops.

Additionally, royal inspectors who were the "eyes and ears" of Darius completed further checks on each satrap. The imperial administration was coordinated by the chancery with headquarters at Persepolis, Susa, and Babylon with Bactria, Ecbatana, Sardis, Dascylium and Memphis having branches.

Darius chose Aramaic as a common language, which soon spread throughout the empire. However, Darius gathered a group of scholars to create a separate language system only used for Persis and the Persians, which was called Aryan script which was only used for official inscriptions.

Darius introduced a new universal currency, the daric, sometime before BCE. Darius used the coinage system as a transnational currency to regulate trade and commerce throughout his empire.

The Daric was also recognized beyond the borders of the empire, in places such as Celtic Central Europe and Eastern Europe.

There were two types of darics, a gold daric and a silver daric. Only the king could mint gold darics.

Important generals and satraps minted silver darics, the latter usually to recruit Greek mercenaries in Anatolia.

The daric was a major boost to international trade. Trade goods such as textiles , carpets , tools and metal objects began to travel throughout Asia, Europe and Africa.

To further improve trade, Darius built the Royal Road , a postal system and Phoenician-based commercial shipping. The daric also improved government revenues as the introduction of the daric made it easier to collect new taxes on land, livestock and marketplaces.

This led to the registration of land which was measured and then taxed. The increased government revenues helped maintain and improve existing infrastructure and helped fund irrigation projects in dry lands.

This new tax system also led to the formation of state banking and the creation of banking firms. One of the most famous banking firms was Murashu Sons , based in the Babylonian city of Nippur.

In an effort to further improve trade, Darius built canals, underground waterways and a powerful navy. He further improved and expanded the network of roads and way stations throughout the empire, so that there was a system of travel authorization for the King, satraps and other high officials, which entitled the traveller to draw provisions at daily stopping places.

While there is no absolute consensus about the adherence of the kings before Darius, such as Cyrus and Cambyses , it is well established that Darius was an adherent of Zoroastrianism [48] or at least a firm believer in Ahura Mazda.

Darius had dualistic philosophical convictions and believed that each rebellion in his kingdom was the work of druj, the enemy of Asha. Darius believed that because he lived righteously by Asha, Ahura Mazda supported him.

In the lands that were conquered by his empire, Darius followed the same Achaemenid tolerance that Cyrus had shown and later Achaemenid kings would show.

He supported faiths and religions that were "alien" as long as the adherents were submissive and peaceable, sometimes giving them grants from his treasury for their purposes.

He had also observed Egyptian religious rites related to kingship and had built the temple for the Egyptian god, Amun. Some scholars identify Dhul-Qarnayn , a figure mentioned in Quran , with Darius.

During Darius's Greek expedition , he had begun construction projects in Susa , Egypt and Persepolis. To open this canal, he travelled to Egypt in BCE, where the inauguration was carried out with great fanfare and celebration.

Darius also built a canal to connect the Red Sea and Mediterranean. When Darius returned to Persis, he found that the codification of Egyptian law had been finished.

In Susa, Darius built a new palace complex in the north of the city. An inscription states that the palace was destroyed during the reign of Artaxerxes I , but was rebuilt.

Today only glazed bricks of the palace remain, the majority of them in the Louvre. In Pasargadae Darius finished all incomplete construction projects from the reign of Cyrus the Great.

A palace was also built during the reign of Darius, with an inscription in the name of Cyrus the Great.

It was previously believed that Cyrus had constructed this building, however due to the cuneiform script being used, the palace is believed to have been constructed by Darius.

In Egypt Darius built many temples and restored those that had previously been destroyed. Even though Darius was a Zoroastrian, he built temples dedicated to the Gods of the Ancient Egyptian religion.

Several temples found were dedicated to Ptah and Nekhbet. Darius also created several roads and routes in Egypt. The monuments that Darius built were often inscribed in the official languages of the Persian Empire, Old Persian , Elamite and Babylonian and Egyptian hieroglyphs.

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