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Persia Empire

Persia Empire An empire from the Mesopotamia region. (Modern Day Iran)
Darius and Cyrus Kings that build the powerful Persian empire
10,000 Imortals The Elite military was known as
Persia Conquered Mesopotamia, Egypt and parts of India
Zoroastrianism Struggle Between to Gods (Good God and an Evil God)
Zoroastrianism Idea Heaven and Hell are introduced
Zoroastrianism Influence on Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
Persia Government The Kings were tolerant of the cultures that they conquered.
Persia Allowed to keep their language and religion
Persia Showed some respect of other cultures
Satrapy 20 Provinces created by Darius
Satraps The Local governors were known as
Satrapy is known as The eyes and ears of the king
Persians Trade Built an extensive network of roads to allow for better trade, communication, and tax collection.
Persians currency Used coins with standardized values to promote trade
Created by: spotsville2