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    1.-Phraortes son of Deioces was the second king of the Median Empire (Herodotus 675-653 BC) or (633-655 or 665 BC) 2.-Phraortes Khshathrita rebelled against Dariush in 522 BC. (Wikipedia) - Phraortes
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