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Atropatene

A successor of Alexander the Great's empire in northern Persia and the Caucasus (now Azerbaijan) set up by the Persian general Atropates in 328 BC. Its capital was at Gazaca. It came under Roman control (in the 1st century BC), followed by Parthian and Sasanian.


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