Think of how puerto rico is part of the us empire still, but does not want to become a state, nor declare independence, even though their culture and language are very different from most of the us. Despite the persians' effective and conciliatory leadership, their empire did not last under king xerxes in 480 bce, the persians made an attempt to expand their empire into greece the greek city-states cooperated and held off the persian threat and even succeeded in almost obliterating the persian navy. The persians based their empire on tolerance and diplomacy basically, the persian kings were able to organize and control their empires because they were willing to delegate authority and to pay some attention to the desires of the people they conquered. Aim: how did the persians build and maintain a tremendous empire hw: using the last two slides of the presentation, write a paragraph explaining the importance of the royal road.
Conquered an empire assyrian rulers choose who would lead other conquered areas (wouldn’t let the people govern themselves)assyrians received taxes and tributes of conquered areas if they refused to pay, they destroyed their cities and sent the people into exile. The first persian empire took control of the middle east after the fall of the babylonian empire it is also called the achaemenid empire the empire was founded by cyrus the great cyrus first conquered the median empire in 550 bc and then went on to conquer the lydians and the babylonians under. After having reconquered ionia, the persians began to plan their next moves of extinguishing the threat to their empire from greece and punishing athens and eretria the resultant first persian invasion of greece consisted of two main campaigns. Why did the persians fail to conquer greece i intend to take a close look at both of the militaries involved before analysing the engagements and their consequences it is imperative to understand the military of both combatants before any analysis of the battles can be made for the sole reason that taking the usual conception of xerxes.
Introduction few people today can boast a longer and prouder history than the iranians, descendants of the ancient persians not only did they build the greatest empire of the ancient near east, but they also absorbed the ancient civilizations they ruled, in particular that of mesopotamia. Answer 1 the persian empire expanded, as was typical for the period, byconquering the territories of neighboring states and annexing themto the. Alexander the great alexander the great (356-323 bc) was the king of macedon, the leader of the corinthian league, and the conqueror of persia he succeeded in forging the largest western empire of the ancient world. How did the persians conquer and maintain their empire words: 1497 words how did the roman empire maintain its power the roman empire was one of the largest empires the world has ever seen the power and size they managed to obtain has been a constant subject of interest for historians and all those who are interested in history.
They established a communications network by sea and road to covertheir empire - a difficult task in pre-electronic and pre-aviationdays where boats and horses were the means of movement and messagedelivery. View notes - persian5fempire5fppt from history 100 at la salle college high school the persian empire aim: how did the persians build and maintain a tremendous empire who were the important. The persians built an extensive road system to tie the empire together, and created a messenger system – a kind of pony express – to keep the capital informed about what the satraps were up to finally, the king maintained a large army.
G a c b h d f 3 the rise of persia the persians based their empire on tolerance and diplomacy they relied on a strong military to back up their policies. Persians based their empire on tolerance and diplomacy they relied on a strong conquer several neighboring kingdoms cyrus was a military genius, leading his what areas did the persians rule that the assyrians did not provinces and satraps although darius was a great warrior,. Ms wilson's history page search this site find your class phoenicians and persians 1 how did the geography of the phoenicians affect their development the phoenicians were hunters and gatherers that had to trade to conquer other civilizations to get the resources they lacked.
• the persians based their empire on tolerance and diplomacy they relied on a maintain power in the empire darius darius the great • member of the king’s body guard alexander did not accept and went on to conquer the remainder of persia’s empire. The history of the ancient persian empire from rise to fall a history of the persians including their empire, rulers like cyrus, darius and xerxes as well as their cities, rise and fall persia, conventional european designation of the country now known as iran. The achaemenid empire (/ incorporating the persians into their empire  an attempt to reconquer egypt in 373 bc was completely unsuccessful, but in his waning years the persians did manage to defeat a joint egyptian–spartan effort to conquer phoenicia.
Cambyses did manage to invade nubia, but the persians suffered great losses on their return greek accounts of cambyses' atrocities in egypt probably reflect egyptian resentment for the persian domination they suffered until 402 bc. Description the persian empire aim: how did the persians build and maintain a tremendous empire who were the important leaders what were their contributions to history. Persians based their empire on tolerance and diplomacy they relied on a strong drawing conclusions how did the royal road help darius maintain control over his people 8 developing historical perspective what events led documents similar to ch 4 sec 3 - the persian empirepdf 3214-after the orgy toward uploaded by subversive fest. In the han empire, technology had been a luxury part of their empire because it was essential to their wealth and productivity in the roman empire, their thought on technology had been it is a necessity to build their empire and to conquer land wherever they saw weakness.