The Persians mother, Persephone, was born in 678 BC.
She was a princess, and a woman of immense power, who ruled the Persian Empire for nearly 200 years.
As the years passed, Persepolis became known for its art and beauty, and its exotic and exotic-looking architecture.
Her son Persepius was born to Queen Selena in 648 BC.
The Persians took her to be their queen.
Persepus was a talented musician, and would often play music for his royal family and entertain them in public.
Persephone was a skilled warrior, and had an impressive army, including cavalry, cavalrymen and foot-soldiers.
PersePolis ruled over a country that was in the midst of a civil war, and Persepis son was killed in battle.
Persephus then took command of the Persian army and marched to India.
After Persepalis victory in India, Persephis daughter Persepina married King Ptolemy I of Macedon, a king who had been the son of King Darius I of Persia, and later King Herod II of the Persians.
The Persian Empire was in disarray at this time, and Ptolemies son had died of a disease in 486.
Persepas son had succeeded to the throne, but his power was waning.
In 488, a young man named Alexander the Great led the Persian armies to conquer Egypt, and became king of the Greeks.
Alexander defeated Alexander the Hun, and defeated Alexander in the Persian Gulf, where they fought over a large chunk of the Arabian Peninsula.
When Alexander died, Perseporas son, Alexander the Black, assumed the throne.
After Alexander died in 522 BC, the Persias son Persephaeus was crowned emperor, and began a reign that lasted over 400 years.
Alexander the Great was a brilliant and brilliant ruler.
He was the last Persian king to reign in the east.
In 533 BC, Persephalus daughter Persephagora married the daughter of Darius the Great.
Persephalis son Alexander died a few years later, and Alexander the Emperor died in Egypt.
But in 556 BC, Alexander had the next son of the King, Ptolegratus, named after him.
Ptolex, or Ptolegeys, was an astute ruler who ruled in Greece for almost two hundred years, until he died in 454 BC.
Ptolegros was an immensely gifted soldier and general, and led the Greek army during the Peloponnesian War.
He conquered the entire Persian empire and defeated the Persian king, Darius I, in battle at Thebes.
Ptolemaic Greek history has been shrouded in myth and legend, with the Greeks as the heroes, and the Perses as the villains.
The Persias family and kingdom has been a mystery for generations, but in 2017, Persepolans mother, Persia, took on the legend once more.