History of the persian empire by: A.T. Olmstead
History of the Persian Empire by A.T. Olmstead
When Cyrus "The Great," entered Babylon in 539 B.C. The Persian Empire began. Stretching from the Indus River to all the way to Egypt. This Reign of power is considered a model for the future empires because of their justice system, simplified religion, hierarchy, and roadway system. Unlike some of the pharaohs in Egypt, who collected any amount of tax, anytime they wanted to, the Persian rulers collected the taxes fairly.
There was no sudden increasing in tax amounts and no sky-high tax amounts. Even though the Persian kings had the same powe…
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