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Xerxes (the Greek form of the Persian Khshayarsluf) is the name of two Persian kings of the Achaemenid dynasty:

The name Xerxes was also the name of an Armenian king, killed about 212 BCE[?] by Antiochus the Great[?] and of a son of Mithradates the Great[?] of Pontus.

"Xerxes" is also the name of an opera by Handel

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