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How large was the achaemenid empire?

2.6 million square miles, from today's Libya through Egypt, AsiaMinor, the Middle East, to central Asia.
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The Achaemenid Empire was conquered?

Yes, by Alexander the Great at around 330 BCE. Persepolis, one of the four capitals, was burned down and stripped of its treasures on a side note.
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Why was the Achaemenid Empire important?

For two hundred years it provided an improvement in the stabilityand prosperity within an empire stretching from today's Libya toCentral Asia.
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What happened to the Achaemenid Empire after 330 B.C?

It became the empire of the Macedonian king Alexander the Great.This ended quickly on his death, and was split up by his generalsinto kingdoms of his own which we today call t (MORE)
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What is the Achaemenid dynasty?

It was the ruling dynasty of kings of Persia which eventuallyorganised the establishment and consolidation of the Persian Empirefrom about 550 to 331 BCE. The founder was Cyru (MORE)
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What is an Achaemenid?

An Achaemenid is a member of the dynasty which ruled the Persianempire between c. 550 - 330 BCE.