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The legacy of nomadic empires in steppe landscapes of Northern
Eurasia, led by the Scythian king Madius, the son of. Phraort's, invaded West Asia and, upon overrunning. Urartu and Media, occupied the whole Near East.
Some Chronological Problems of European Scythia: Archaeology
Scythians (the reign of king Madius = ΜαδȪης).
The Bible Almanac
Madian. See Midian. Madmannah ("measure of a gift"), a town near Gaza in southern Judah (Josh.
NENNIUS History Of The Britons (Historia Brittonum) J. A. Giles
Guide to the Principal Archaeological Sites of the Eastern Pamirs
processing in Pshart, E. Engel. Herding home the Yaks, Madian valley, T.

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Longing for Ahasueros: Purim, Persians and Politics
Cyaxares invited Madius (the Scythian ruler and subjugator of Medes) and a large number of his warriors to a festival...many laid down their arms and became drunk, but no Median warriors did so...

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Madius - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Scythia - Rome: Total War Heaven
Their campaigns were so effective that the Scythian, Madius became the Median ruler for some twenty-eight years. In 625 B.C.
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