persepolitan

Persepolis

[per-sep-uh-lis]
noun
an ancient capital of Persia: its imposing ruins are in S Iran, about 30 miles (48 km) NE of Shiraz.

Persepolitan [pur-suh-pol-i-tn] , adjective, noun
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Persepolis (pəˈsɛpəlɪs)
 
n
the capital of ancient Persia in the Persian Empire and under the Seleucids: founded by Darius; sacked by Alexander the Great in 330 bc

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