- n. king of Persia who was defeated by Alexander the Great; his murder effectively ended the Persian Empire (died in 330 BC)
“Darius III (335-330 B.C.) by Alexander the Great at Issus, in”
“After the death of Xerxes in 465, the borders of the Persian Empire remained largely unchanged, though there were frequent internal revolts put down by every Great King until Darius III took the throne in 336, the same year Alexander became king of Macedonia.”
“The Persian court was more chaotic than ever with the timely murder of Artaxerxes IV—again by the eunuch Bagoas—and his replacement with the new Great King, Darius III Darayavaush, in the Persian language.”
“With Alexander's signal victory over Darius III at Arbela”
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