|name of several kings of Persia (Darius I, Darius II, Darius III)||Darius|
|(Biblical) either of two books of the Old Testament (I Kings, II Kings), book of the Bible||Kings|
|about ancient Persia, about modern Iran, Farsi, from Persia (former name of modern-day Iran), language of ancient Persians, people of ancient Persia, Persian cat, resident of citizen of Persia; native of Persia; Persian language (also known as Farsi), ...||Persian|
|ancient country in the northwestern part of present-day Turkey, on the Aegean Sea. It reached its peak of wealth in the 7th and 6th centuriesbc before being conquered by Cyrus the Great of Persia about 546 BC ., ancient kingdom located i...||Lydia|
|Anjou pear, firm variety of pear, former province in western France in the lower Loire valley. Once ruled by the English kings, it was claimed for France in 1481.||Anjou|
|Antonio Banderas (born 1960), Spanish-born American movie actor (known for his roles in "The Mambo Kings" and "Evita")||Banderas|
|area ruled by satrap, province or domain ruled by a satrap (in ancient Persia)||satrapy|
|book in Bible, James, the Epistle of, one of the 12 apostles of Jesus; Henry James (1811-1892) American novelist; William James (1842-1910) American psychologist; name of several Scottish kings||James|
|book of Bible, Jewish leader, Jewish leader of the fifth century who led exiled Jews back to Judea from Persia (Biblical); book of the Old Testament (Biblical); male first name||Nehemiah|
|borough in northwestern England; royal English family that produced three famous English kings (Henry IV, Henry V, and Henry VI) ; name of a number of cities in the USA||Lancaster|
|Carlovingian, Carolinian, Frankish king, pertaining to the Frankish dynasty that ruled France and Germany during the 8th-10th centuries AD, relating to early European kings||Carolingian|
|castle of the Moorish kings of Seville (Spain)||Alcazar|
|citadel and palace in Granada, Spain, built for Moorish kings in the 12th and 13th centuries||Alhambra|
|city in France; palace of the French kings (built in the 17th century); peace treaty signed in 1919 between Germany and the Allies, French palace||Versailles|
|country in southwest Asia (formerly Persia)||Iran|
|dynasty of ancient Egyptian kings that ruled between 323 -30 BC; Claudius Ptolemaeus (127-151 AD), Greco-Egyptian geographer astronomer and mathematician||Ptolemy|
|Feast of Lots, holiday celebrating the deliverance of the Jews of Persia from destruction (Judaism), Jewish festival||Purim|
|governor of a province in ancient Persia, Persian governor, political henchman||satrap|
|grand vizier of Persia who plotted the destruction of the Jews but was hung when his plan was discovered (from the Book of Esther)||Haman|
|group of Muslim extremists in Syria and Persia who sought to assassinate Crusaders||Assassins|
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