Darius

Some articles on darius:

Second Persian Invasion Of Greece - Background
... and Eretria had supported the unsuccessful Ionian Revolt against the Persian Empire of Darius I in 499–494 BC ... Moreover, Darius was a usurper, and had spent considerable time extinguishing revolts against his rule ... The Ionian revolt threatened the integrity of his empire, and Darius thus vowed to punish those involved (especially those not already part of the empire) ...
Stateira II - Marriage To Alexander The Great
... Although Darius tried several times to ransom his family, Alexander refused to return the women ... Darius then offered Alexander Stateira's hand in marriage and agreed to relinquish his claim to some of the land Alexander had already seized in exchange for ending the war ... Alexander declined the offer, reminding Darius that he already had custody of both the land and Stateira, and that if he chose to marry her Darius' permission would not ...
Syloson
... would stay in Egypt until a "flame-coloured mantle" he was selling brought him in contact with Darius I of Persia ... At the time Darius I of Persia was a spearman in Cambyses II of Persia's army ... Syloson saw how much Darius liked the mantle and gave it to him for free ...
Statira Principessa Di Persia - Synopsis
... in concert with other Asian princes, engages in bloody battle with Darius III of Persia, and kidnaps his wife Parisatidis and daughter Stateira ... and her mother free, and takes them back to Darius ... Darius is so grateful to the king of Arabia for setting Stateira free – during which action he was gravely wounded – that he lets Stateira herself ...
Stateira II - Early Life
... Stateira was the eldest daughter of Darius III of Persia and his wife, also named Stateira ... the Great invaded Persia, Stateira and her family accompanied Darius' army ... Darius fled, and the Macedonian army soon captured his family ...