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The founder Just a girl who loves elephants tote bag of the dynasty, ‘Ali ibn Buya, was originally a soldier in the service of the Daylamite warlord Makan ibn Kaki, but later changed his adherence to the Iranian ruler Mardavij, who had established the Ziyarid dynasty, and was himself related to the ruling dynasty of Gilan, a region bordering Daylam. ‘Ali was later joined by his two younger brothers, Hasan ibn Buya and Ahmad ibn Buya. In 932, ‘Ali was given Karaj as his fief, and thus was able to enlist other Daylamites into his army. However, ‘Ali’s initiative proved too much for Mardavij, who planned to have him killed, but ‘Ali was informed of Mardavij’s plan by the latter’s own vizier. The brothers, with 400 of their Daylamite supporters, then fled to Fars, where they managed to take control of Arrajan. However, the Buyids and the Abbasid general Yaqut shortly fought for control of Fars, with the Buyids eventually emerging victorious. This victory opened the way for the conquest of the capital of Fars, Shiraz.

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The Achaemenid Empire, Just a girl who loves elephants tote bag established in 550 BC after the fall of the Median Empire, rapidly expanded over the course of the sixth century BC. Asia Minor and the Lydian kingdom was conquered in 546 BC, the Neo-Babylonian Empire in 539 BC, Egypt in 525 BC and the Indus region in 513 BC. The Achaemenids employed satrapal administration, which became a guarantee of success due to its flexibility and the tolerance of the Achaemenid kings for the more-or-less autonomous vassals. The system also had its problems; though some regions became nearly completely autonomous without any fighting (such as Lycia and Cilicia), other regions saw repeated attempts at rebellion and secession. Egypt was a particularly prominent example, frequently rebelling against Achaemenid authority and attempting to crown their own Pharaohs. Though it was eventually defeated, the Great Satraps’ Revolt of 366–360 BC showed the growing structural problems within the Empire.

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