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an ancient country in W Asia, S of the Caspian Sea, corresponding generally to NW Iran. Capital: Ecbatana. Dictionary.

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Map 92 Ecbatana-Susa
The major cities Susa, Ecbatana and Rhaga(i) remained important from the Achaemenid to the Sasanian periods.
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Herodotus' Account of Ecbatana: Colors Conducive to Divinity. Mostafa Younesie . Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran.
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Ecbatana - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ecbatana (Hamadan)
History of Iran: Ecbatana
According to the Histories of the Greek researcher Herodotus of Halicarnassus, Ecbatana was founded by Deioces, the legendary first king of the Medes.
Ecbatana (48h°31' E, 34°h48' N; alt. 1800 m) is in the Zagros mountains of central-west Iran at the base of the eastern slope of the Alvand range (q.v.
Ecbatana (ancient city, Iran) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
Ecbatana (ancient city, Iran), ancient city on the site of which stands the modern city of Hamadān, Iran.

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