masculine Khshayarsha

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Origin:
old persian
Name Root:
Xšaya aršan > Xšayaršan / Hşayarşah
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This name derives from the Old Persian “xšaya aršan > Xšayaršan / Hşayarşah,” meaning “ruling over heroes, who is the champion of kings, Lord of heroes.” Xerxes I of Persia, also known as Xerxes the Great (519–465 BC), was the fourth King of Kings of Persia. In Judeo-Christian tradition, Xerxes I is believed to be the Persian king identified as Ahasuerus in the biblical book of Esther. Xerxes was crowned and succeeded his father in October–December 486 BC when he was about 36 years old. The transition of power to Xerxes was smooth due again in part to the high authority of Atossa, and any person did not challenge his accession of royal power at court or in the Achaemenian family, or any subject nation.

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