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- proper noun Xerxes I, a Persian king of the Achaemenid dynasty who reigned 485-465 BC.
- proper noun Xerxes II, a Persian king who ruled for 45 days in 424 BC before being assassinated.
- proper noun A male
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I also disagree with the claim that 300 implies that Xerxes is homosexual, or that it claims it is a negative thing.
The next night, I called Xerxes from the screen on Dr. van Riebeek's boat and reported what I'd learned about the Fuz-zies.
The next night, I called Xerxes from the screen on Dr. van
"Miller is preparing a follow-up now titled Xerxes, which begins about 10 years before the events of 300, and Snyder has expressed interest in it as a film property as well."
"I have been told, lawyer," answered Jodd, "that once there lived another monarch, one called Xerxes, who thought that he would make an end of a certain three hundred Greeks, when Greeks were different from what you are to-day, at a place called Thermopylæ.
Acting on this warning, Leonidas and the other kings assembled their armies and checked the mighty host of Xerxes, which is said to have shaken the earth as it marched.
Great King, as the Greeks called Xerxes, the Persian monarch, was leading the innumerable armies of Asia against the small and divided country of Greece.
Book of Esther be the same with him whom the Greeks call Xerxes, or with
Filmonic - Frank Miller has been working on a prequel to 300 called Xerxes over the past few years which Zack Snyder intends to make into a movie just like he did with 300.
Zack Snyder has confirmed that there will in fact be a 300 prequel called Xerxes that he tenatively will direct.