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Xerxes Ii.

Ξέρξης), the only legitimate son of Artaxerxes I., succeeded his father as king of Persia in B. C. 425, but was murdered after a short reign of only two months by his half-brother Sogdianus or Secundianus, who thus became king. (Diod. 12.71; Ctesias, Pers. 100.44.)

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