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  Xerxes   I - king of Persia, 486-465 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
261/17 us returns to Athens some statues which had been removed by Xerxes
    Within translations:
[Longin]:Subl_3   of Leontini for calling Xerxes the "Persian Zeus," and
Aelian:NA_17.36   fell upon the camels of Xerxes which were carrying his
Alcaeus_16.5   G-P 5 } & Both Xerxes led a Persian host to the land
AnthPal_7.73   omb paint the Persian host and Xerxes - thus bury Themisto
AnthPal_7.237   whose streams sufficed not for Xerxes' host of the thousan
Antiphil_9.294   G-P 38 } & A. "Xerxes gave you this purple cloak, Leon
Apollonid_9.296   24 } & Scyllus, when Xerxes' huge fleet was driving
AstrCan_2   ius I 36 262 521 B.C. (1 Jan.) Xerxes 21 283 486 B.C. (23
Athen_4.146   The Greeks, who received Xerxes in hospitality, and invite
Athen_5.209   Like those with which proud Xerxes bound the strait.
Athen_13.609   zus, who was a sister of Xerxes by the same father, (and
Athen_14.652   st-fruits. And (?) Xerxes did not think it fitting for the
ChronSynt_93   began to rule the Jews Xerxes the great for 21 years Ast
Cic:Rep_3.14   considered wicked. And in fact Xerxes is said to have ordered
Cic:Tusc_5.20   made such a promise. For Xerxes, who was loaded with all
Crinag_9.291   they drink up the Rhine, as Xerxes' army drunk up whole
Ennius:Ann_369   Reminiscence of Xerxes crossing from Asia to Europe (48
Euseb]:Chron_29   years After Dareius came Xerxes and the other Persian king
Euseb]:Chron_69   burnt down by the Babylonians. Xerxes the son of Dareius,
Euseb]:Chron_125   her 34 years. Then Xerxes the son of Dareius - for 20 year
Euseb]:Chron_149   months Dareius, 36 years Xerxes, the son of Dareius, 21
FGrH_252.B   B.C.]. From when Xerxes crossed the Hellespont, after
Julian:Mis_352   name as the man who persuaded Xerxes to invade Greece.
Just_2.10-15 *   to all nations. Xerxes, however, alleged, that the disp
Just_3.1   (1-2) BOOK 3 [3.1] & & Xerxes, king of Persia, once the
Just_7.4   also such favour with Xerxes, that, when that monarch
Just_36.3   that conquered the Jews was Xerxes, king of Persia. Sub
Lucill_11.141   des, so that here how do Xerxes and the Spartans help me?
Nepos_2.2   the Persian invasion; for when Xerxes was making war upon all
Nepos_2.4   [4]   Now Xerxes, having forced the pass at
Nepos_2.5   for Themistocles, fearing that Xerxes would continue the war,
Nepos_2.9   Asia during the reign of Xerxes, but I prefer to believe
Nepos_3.1   of ten years; for when Xerxes descended upon Greece, in about
Nepos_4.2   secretly sent them back to Xerxes, pretending that they had escaped
Nepos_21.1   kings of the same nation: Xerxes and the two Artaxerxes, surnamed
Oros_2.9   [9]   Xerxes, who succeeded his father Darius
Oros_2.10   [10]   Xerxes, twice defeated on land, prepared
Oros_2.11   in this war against Xerxes, realising that the moment
Oros_7.42   to the histories, even by Xerxes, the famous king of the
Philip_9.293   & { G-P 49 } & Xerxes, looking on the great frame of
Phylarch_22   who came to Athens with Xerxes, when on account of some
Plin:HN_4.37   by which the Persian king Xerxes cut off Mount Athos a
Plin:HN_4.43   detachments of that number that Xerxes there counted his army; the
Plin:HN_4.75   Hellespont; here the Persian king Xerxes made the bridge of boats
Plin:HN_4.76   where Darius the father of Xerxes conveyed his forces across by
Plin:HN_33.137   banquet to the forces of Xerxes, that is 788,000 men, with
Plin:HN_34.68   the studios established by king Xerxes and king Darius.
Plin:HN_34.70   last piece carried off by Xerxes king of the Persians but
Plinius:Ep_3.7   ory goes that when Xerxes cast his eyes over his enormous
Plut:Mor_172   rius the father of Xerxes used to praise himself, saying
Plut:Mor_173   the kingdom with his brother Xerxes, the son of Darius.
Plut:Mor_185   are conquerors ? & When Xerxes with that great navy made
Polyaen_1.30.7   the Ionians fought under Xerxes in alliance with the Persi
Polyaen_2.20.1   nians, about the army of Xerxes, on a tablet which he then
Polyaen_7.15.1-5 *   his camp and retreated. [15] & Xerxes. When Xerxes underto
Polyaen_8.53.5   Caria, fought as an ally of Xerxes against the Greeks.
Porph:Fr_40   ried Darius and bore him a son Xerxes. Xerxes was a very
PsCallisth_2.15   For an image of Xerxes, which Darius cherished, fell
PsCallisth_2.17   against pride. For Xerxes, who showed the light to me, bec
PsCallisth_2.2-6 *   stroyed them. Then Xerxes filled the sea with ships and
PsCallisth_3.2   we would have subdued her for Xerxes. We did not turn to
PsCallisth_3.28   the palace of Cyrus and Xerxes and we found many splendid
Timoth:Pers_86   where I would my master [Xerxes] had never built over the
ValMax_1.6e.1     In the army of Xerxes which he had gathered up
ValMax_2.10e.1   variety may appear more delightful. Xerxes, after taking the city of
ValMax_3.2e.3   of his virtue, he drove Xerxes to despair, though a little
ValMax_5.3e.3   flee to the mercy of Xerxes, whom he had ruined before.
ValMax_6.5e.2   their ships, and after that Xerxes and his army had been
ValMax_8.7e.15   and compelled to flee to Xerxes, whom a little before he
ValMax_8.7e.4   banquet to the army of Xerxes, yet so that his mind
ValMax_9.1e.3   [1e.3]   Xerxes, out of the proud imitation
ValMax_9.5e.2   [5e.2]   As for Xerxes, whose very name implies pride
ValMax_9.13e.1   same sweetness of life compelled Xerxes to shed tears for the

  Xerxes 2   II - king of Persia in 424 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Euseb]:Chron_127 kings of the Persians: Xerxes the second - for 2 months
Euseb]:Chron_149 ars Artaxerxes, 40 years Xerxes II, 2 months Sogdianus,

  Xerxes 3   - an ancient king of Assyria
Euseb]:Chron_63 rus, for 40 years. Xerxes, also called Balaeus, for 30 yea

Xerxessee Ardashir

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