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[695c] the truth.

Further, the story tells how the kingdom was restored to the Persians through Darius and the Seven.

It does.

Let us follow the story and see how things went.1 Darius was not a king's son, nor was he reared luxuriously. When he came and seized the kingdom, with his six companions, he divided it into seven parts, of which some small vestiges remain even to this day;

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