In Persian government who were the eyes and ears of the king and what did they do?
They were inspectors who were sent by the Persian King to make sure their provinces were still loyal
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He consolidated the disparate regions of the empire into provinces (Satrapies), with Persian governors (Satraps). Within each Satrapy the traditional local government was reta…ined, supervised by the Satrap who was also responsible for internal and external security and collection of taxes from the local governments. The overall control was exercised by the king and his council, who provided support to the Satraps in problems beyond their own resources.
They were inspectors who were sent by the Persian King to make sure there provinces were still loyal, and the governor was doing a good job of ruling his people.
The leader of the Persians was Xerxes I
He established 20 provinces each with its own Persian governorresponsible for security and increasing prosperity, overseen byhimself and his council.
Through a council, provincial governors and local regional/citygovernments
"Remember the Athenians"
Yes, Persian cats can have blue eyes. Eye colors in Persian cats include blue, copper, green, hazel, and odd-eyed (two colored eyes, i.e. one blue, one copper).
He expanded Persia from being a client state of Mxxx into an empirecovering the Middle East and Central Asia. They established 20provinces with a Persian governor, tho supervi…sed the localtraditional governing bodies.
He allowed the Judean upper class, which had been deported toBabylon, to return to Judea to try to reclaim their ancestralestates. Half preferred to stay in Babylon where the …y had becomewell established. Those who returned had mixed success - some couldnot prove their claim to lands, others succeeded.
The rulers of an empire stretching from Libya to central Asia inthe 5th, 4th and 3rd Centuries BCE.
He established 20 provinces with Persian governors (satraps)reporting to the king and his council. The existing localgovernments were left in place, under supervision of the g…overnors.