Achaemenid /əˈkiːmənɪd / Achaemenian /ˌakɪˈmiːnɪən/


I. adjective

relating to the dynasty ruling in Persia from Cyrus I to Darius III (553–330 BC).
II. noun

a member of the Achaemenid dynasty.
– origin from Greek Akhaimenēs ‘Achaemenes’ (the reputed ancestor of the dynasty) + -id3.

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