Ancient Greece - Chapter 9 My HRW
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A unit of soldiers who ride horses.
Cyrus the Great.
When he died around 529 BC, he ruled the largest empire the world had ever seen. One reason he was so successful as emperor was the way he treated conquered people. He didn't force people to adopt Persian customs, and he didn't mistreat them.
As a young Persian prince, he claimed the throne and killed all his rivals for power. Organized the Persian empire by dividing it into 20 provinces and chose governors called satraps to rule the provinces for him.
Governors selected by Darius I to rule the provinces. They collected taxes for Darius, served as judges, and put down rebellions within their territories.
A plan of action
For example, a plan for fighting a battle or war .
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