Cyrus nga Harangdon

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Ciro nga Harangdon
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Paghadì 559–530 BC (30 years)
Nag-uná Cambyses I
Nagsunod Cambyses II
Natawo 600 or 576 BC
Anshan, Persia
Namatay 4 December, 530 BC[2]
Along the Syr Darya
Paglubong Pasargadae
Consort Cassandane
Amitis Shahbanu
Anak
Panimalay Achaemenid
Amay Cambyses I
Iroy Mandane of Media
Olympic Park Cyrus.jpg

Hi Ciro[3] II han Persya o Siro[4] II o Cyrus II (Old Persian: 𐎤𐎢𐎽𐎢𐏁 Kūruš; Kourosh;[5] Bag-o nga Pinersa: کوروش Kuruš; Hinebreo: כורש, Moderno: Kōréš, Tiberiano: Kōréš; c. 600 – 530 BC),[6] nga tinatawag nga Ciro nga Harangdon o Siro nga Harangdon o Cyrus nga Harangdon (Iningles: Cyrus the Great) (c. 600 BC o 576 – December 530 BC), amo an syahan nga Zoroastiyano Persyano nga Shāhanshāh o emperador. Hiya an nagtukod han Imperyo Persyano ha ilarom han dinastiya Achaemenid.

Pinanbasaran[igliwat | Igliwat an wikitext]

  1. Ghasemi, Shapour. "The Cyrus the Great Cylinder". Iran Chamber Society. Ginkuhà 2009-02-22. 
  2. CYRUS iii. Cyrus II The Great – Encyclopaedia Iranica
  3. Baraan nga Biblia: An Maupay nga Sumat Para ha Imo (Biblia nga Ginhubad ha Pinulongan nga Samarenyo) Samarenyo Popular Version SPV 050 P PBS 2003-1 Philippine Bible Society 1978
  4. An Baraan nga Kasuratan Samarenyo Bible SAM 054 PBS 2000-1 Philippine Bible Society 1983
  5. Image: Batakan:OldPersBatakan:OldPersBatakan:OldPersBatakan:OldPersBatakan:OldPers
  6. Batakan:Harv

Bibliograpiya[igliwat | Igliwat an wikitext]

Kinayanaan nga kuruhaan

Dugang nga barasahon[igliwat | Igliwat an wikitext]

  • Amelie Kuhrt: Ancient Near Eastern History: The Case of Cyrus the Great of Persia. In: Hugh Godfrey Maturin Williamson: Understanding the History of Ancient Israel. Oxford University Press 2007, ISBN 9780197264010, pp. 107-128
  • Bickermann, Elias J. (September 1946). "The Edict of Cyrus in Ezra 1". JournaI of Biblical Literature 65 (3): 249–275. doi:10.2307/3262665. 
  • Dougherty, Raymond Philip (1929). Nabonidus and Belshazzar: A Study of the Closing Events of the Neo-Babylonian Empire. New Haven: Yale University Press.
  • Drews, Robert (October 1974). "Sargon, Cyrus, and Mesopotamian Folk History". Journal of Near Eastern Studies 33 (4): 387–393. doi:10.1086/372377. 
  • Harmatta, J. (1971). "The Rise of the Old Persian Empire: Cyrus the Grea". Acta Antiquo 19: 3–15. 
  • Lawrence, John M. (1985). "Cyrus: Messiah, Politician, and General". Near East Archaeological Society Bulletin. n.s. 25: 5–28. 
  • Lawrence, John M. (1982). "Neo-Assyrian and Neo-Babylonian Attitudes Towards Foreigners and Their Religion". Near East Archaeological Society Bulletin. n.s. 19: 27–40. 
  • Mallowan, Max (1972). "Cyrus the Great (558-529 BC)". Iran 10: 1–17. doi:10.2307/4300460. 
  • Wiesehöfer, Josef (1996). Ancient Persia : from 550 BC to 650 AD. Azizeh Azodi, trans. London: I.B. Tauris. ISBN 1-85043-999-0.
  • Jovy, Alexander (2012). I am Cyrus: The story if the real Prince of Persia. Reading: Garnet Publishing. ISBN 978-1-85964-281-8.

Mga sumpay ha gawas[igliwat | Igliwat an wikitext]

  • Cyrus Cylinder Full Babylonian text of the Cyrus Cylinder as it was known in 2001; translation; brief introduction
  • Xenophon, Cyropaedia: the education of Cyrus, translated by Henry Graham Dakyns and revised by F.M. Stawell, Project Gutenberg.
  • Cyrus the Great An article about Cyrus by Iran Chamber Society
  • [1] 360 Panoramic Image - Tomb of Cyrus The Great