Tomb of Xerxes I NaqshiRustam Iran The son of Darius I the Great Xerxes ruled Persia from to BC Determined to avenge his fathers defeat at the Battle of Marathon he raised a huge army to conquer Greece but was forced to withdraw after his fleet was destroyed at Salamis and his army was defeated at Plataea In the latter part of his reign Xerxes became embroiled in palace intrigues and he was eventually murdered by members of his court Xerxes is one of four tombs of Persian kings carved into a rock face kilometres northeast of the ancient Persian capital of Persepolis
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