History of Persia Podcast

63: The Little Pharaoh That Could(n't) History of Persia

After Artaxerxes I came to power in 465 BCE, a minor rebellion broke out in western Egypt led by the would-be Pharaoh Inaros II. Inaros quickly came to a stalemate with the local satrap, but in 460 BCE the Egyptian rebel reached out to Athens for aid. The Athenians came in force, broke the stalemate, killed the satrap (and Artaxerxes' uncle), and joined Inaros as he marched on Memphis. Swords, Sorcery, and Socialism Apple | Spotify | RSS | Twitter Patreon | Support Page Twitter | Facebook | Instagram — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/history-of-perisa/support
  1. 63: The Little Pharaoh That Could(n't)
  2. 62: Death In Quick Succession
  3. Elamite Teaser
  4. 61: Blood on the Eurymedon
  5. 60: Given Against The Demons

2 thoughts on “History of Persia Podcast

  1. Pingback: Episode 46: The Persian Emperor – The History of Persia

  2. Rev. Dr. Christian C. Tiews

    Am studying Farsi and want to learn everything I can about this fascinating culture. Thank you for your diligent work. Very enlightening and also enjoyable!
    Chris

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