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English: Persian Empire, 490 BC, showing route of Cyrus the Younger, Xenophon and the 10.000.


  • ━━━━ Route of Xenophon and the 10.000
  • —— Limits of the Persian Empire.
  •    Expansion of Empire.
  •    ? (probably supposed to be mountains, but poorly drawn and inconsistent)
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current02:11, 2 August 2015Thumbnail for version as of 02:11, 2 August 2015946 × 682 (159 KB)History of Persia (talk | contribs)Achaemenid Arabia. see wikipedia article about achaemenid arabia
11:21, 11 April 2013Thumbnail for version as of 11:21, 11 April 2013942 × 684 (64 KB)HistoryofIran (talk | contribs){{subst:Upload marker added by en.wp UW}} {{Information |Description = {{en|Added another region named Maka, it was listen on the Behistun inscription as part of the Achaemenid Empire.}} |Source =,_490_...
19:21, 10 April 2013Thumbnail for version as of 19:21, 10 April 2013942 × 684 (64 KB)HistoryofIran (talk | contribs)Changed where Chorasmia was written, it was much closer to the Aral sea.
19:19, 10 April 2013Thumbnail for version as of 19:19, 10 April 2013942 × 684 (64 KB)HistoryofIran (talk | contribs)Added a more accurate map.
22:55, 7 December 2012Thumbnail for version as of 22:55, 7 December 2012942 × 684 (64 KB)Geagea (talk | contribs)Colchis and Caucasian Iberia. Not Georgia.
16:24, 25 November 2012Thumbnail for version as of 16:24, 25 November 2012942 × 684 (97 KB)SilvioRusso (talk | contribs)correction
00:49, 27 August 2009Thumbnail for version as of 00:49, 27 August 2009942 × 684 (64 KB)AnonMoos (talk | contribs)Version of File:Persian Empire, 490 BC.gif altered to display better in Wikipedia articles (converted to PNG format, slightly cropped). == Summary == ; Description : Persian Empire, 490 BC ; Author/Source : [ The Depa
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