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Persia

Mesopotamia's greatest empire

Zoroastrianism Founded by the prophet- Zoroaster
Good & Evil? Belief in 2 opposing forces in the universe
Ahuramazda The Supreme Being
Ahriman Opposing Force
Zoroastrianism (2) Worshiped forces of nature
Shared elements with 3 Monotheistic faiths -Judaism, Christianity, & Islam
Greece & Alexander the Great Defeated by the United Greek city-states in Persian Wars Ultimately taken over by the forces of Alexander the Great Territory divided into 2
Contributions Imperial Bureaucracy Zoroastrianism The Royal Road
Cyrus the Great Known for Tolerance
Darius I Royal Road Introduces Imperial Bureaucracy
Xerxes Fails in his attempt to conquer Greece
Created by: RedVamp