How Did Cyrus Build The Persian Empire

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Cyrus the Great achieved control over the prehistoric Near East, Egypt, and portions of India in relatively no time. The Persian Empire was the most prevalent empire to ever be established. The Persian Empire traversed from Egypt in the west, towards Turkey in the north, and through Mesopotamia into the Indus River in the east. The Persian Empire persisted from 539 to 330 B.C. The country of present day Iraq was Persia. Cyrus was notorious for his humanity. He permitted the Hebrews, who had been detainees in Babylon for over fifty years to return to Jerusalem, as an alternative of bludgeoning them into thralldom. He reimbursed hallowed items that were embezzled from them and ratified the reconstruction of their capital and the sanctuary. I

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