Alexandria was not the capitol of any empire, it was the capitol of the Ptolemaic Kingdom of Egypt, but was never part of Persia
The capital Susa.
King Darius I created the Royal Road and reorganized the Persian Empire into satrapies ruled by a satrap.
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satrap is a royal governor in the Persian empire.
Royal Road (Highway)
The king of the kings
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The Royal road was constructed to aid in communication throughout the Persian empire from Sardis to Susa.
The Persian Royal Road was used by both royal messengers and Alexander the Great. It was 1,500 Miles long and stretched from Susa to the Aegean Sea.
He built the Royal Roads
The royal road
Satraps had to use it for Darius's control
The Royal Road ran through what is now the Middle East. It was originally built by the Persian civilization.
M. Ghulam Akber has written: 'The new royal English-Persian dictionary' -- subject(s): Dictionaries, English language, Persian, Persian language
The Royal Road was built to facilitate rapid communication throughout the very large Persian empire from Susa to Sardis.
In the fifth century BCE, the Persian king Darius I built the Royal Road to connect his massive empire.
The Royal Road linked the capital of the Persian Empire with the west of Asia Minor, facilitating the movement of couriers and armies.
The royal road.
Jerusalem and Athens :) @Laurelsprinsgs
The surname Majdoub is an ancient royal Persian name and not Lebanese.