Tritantaechmes

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Behistun relief of Tritantaechmes. Label "This is Tritantaechmes. He lied, saying "I am king of Sagartia, from the family of Cyaxares.""[1]

Tritantaechmes (Elamite: Ṣi-iš-šá-an-tak-ma, Babylonian: Ši-it-ra-an-taḫ-ma) was a king of the Sagartians, who ruled in Arbela (521 BCE).[2]

He was crucified by Darius I.[2]

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  1. ^ Behistun, minor inscriptions DBb inscription- Livius.
  2. ^ a b "Tritantaechmes - Livius". www.livius.org. 20 August 2015. Retrieved 15 October 2017.