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Persepʹolis

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called by the Persians “The Throne of Jam-shied,” by whom it was founded. Jam-sheid removed the seat of government from Balk to Istakhar.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Periwig
Periwinkle
Perk
Perkunos
Permian Strata
Pernelle (Madame)
Perpendiculars
Perpetual Motion
Pers
Persecutions (The ten great)
Persepolis
Perseus
Persevere
Persian Alexander (The)
Persian Bucephalos (The)
Person (Latin, persona, a mask; personwtus, one who wears a mask, an actor)
Persona Grata (Latin)
Perth
Peru
Peruvian Bark
Peruke or Periwig

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Persepolis