Bardiya

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Bardia or Bardiya
Keeng o Persie
Pharaoh o Egyp
Keeng o Persie
Ring 522 BC
Predecessor Cambyses
Successor Darius I
Born Pasargadae
Dee'd Pasargadae
Buirial 522 BC
Spouse Phaidyme
Issue Parmys
Dynasty Achaemenid
Faither Cyrus II (the Great)
Mither Cassandane
Releegion Zoroastrianism

Bardia or Bardiya (Auld Persie: 𐎲𐎼𐎮𐎡𐎹[1] Bardiya;[2] Auncient Greek: Σμέρδις Smerdis) (possibly died 522 BC) wis a son o Cyrus the Great an the younger brither o Cambyses II, both Persie keengs.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Akbarzadeh, D.; A. Yahyanezhad (2006). The Behistun Inscriptions (Old Persian Texts) (in Persie). Khaneye-Farhikhtagan-e Honarhaye Sonati. p. 59. ISBN 964-8499-05-5. 
  2. Kent, Ronald Grubb (1384 AP). Old Persian: Grammar, Text, Glossary (in Persie). translated into Persian by S. Oryan. p. 395. ISBN 964-421-045-X.  Check date values in: |year= (help)