Cambyses II

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Cambyses II
Cambyses II of Persia.jpg
Achaemenid emperor
Ring 530–522 BC
Predecessor Cyrus the Great
Successor Bardiya
Pharaoh o Egyp
Ring 525–522 BC
Predecessor Psamtik III
Successor Bardiya
Born Unkent
Unkent
Dee'd Julie, 522 BC
Ecbatana, Achaemenid Empire
Consort Mahruyeh[1]
Upandush[2]
Auld Persie 𐎣𐎲𐎢𐎪𐎡𐎹
Hoose Achaemenid
Faither Cyrus the Great
Mither Cassandane
Releegion Zoroastrianism
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serekh or Horus name
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praenomen or throne name
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nomen or birth name
Horus name: Smatawy
Throne name: Mesutire
Birth name: Cambyses[3]
in hieroglyphs

Cambyses II (Persie: کمبوجيه دوم‎; Auld Persie: 𐎣𐎲𐎢𐎪𐎡𐎹, Kɑmboujie;[4][5] Aramaic כנבוזי, Kanbūzī;[6] Auncient Greek: Καμβύσης Kambúsēs; Laitin Cambyses; Medieval Ebreu כמבישה, Kambisha[7]) (d. 522 BC) son o Cyrus the Great (r. 559–530 BC), wis emperor o the Achaemenid Empire.

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  1. http://www.persepolis.nu/
  2. See W. Henkelman, "The šumar of Cambyses and Hystaspes ", in Achaemenid history XIII: A Persian Perspective, Essays in Memory of Heleen Sancisi-Weerdenburg (Leiden 2003), pp. 101–172.
  3. G. Posener, La première domination perse en Égypte, Cairo, 1936, pp. 30-36.
  4. Akbarzadeh, D.; A. Yahyanezhad (2006). The Behistun Inscriptions (Old Persian Texts) (in Persian). Khaneye-Farhikhtagan-e Honarhaye Sonati. p. 59. ISBN 964-8499-05-5. 
  5. Kent, Ronald Grubb (2005). Old Persian: Grammar, Text, Glossary (in Persian). translated into Persian by S. Oryan. p. 395. ISBN 964-421-045-X. 
  6. Aramaic Documents from Egypt: A Key-word-in-context Concordance By Bezalel Porten, Jerome A. Lund, p. 365
  7. David Flusser, ed. The Josippon [Josephus Gorionides], Edited with an Introduction Commentary and Notes, Jerusalem: Mossad Bialik, 1981, p. 48, 10:34. Note that in Rashi's commentar on Daniel 11:2, this name haes been corruptit tae במבישה, Bambisha, due tae the graphic similarity o the Ebreu letters kaph an bet.)