Artaxerxes III of Persia

Artaxerxes III of Persia

Infobox Monarch
name =Artaxerxes III
title =Great King (Shah) of Persia

caption =
reign =358–338 BC
coronation =Pasargadae, February or March 358 BCcite web |url= |title=Artaxerxes III Ochus |accessmonthday=March 1 |accessyear=2008 |last=Lendering |first=Jona |authorlink=Jona Lendering |work=Livius.Org ]
othertitles =Great King (Shah) of Persia, Pharaoh of Egypt, Shahanshah, King of Kings, king of countries, king of this earth [cite web |url= |title= Livius Picture Archive: texts XPc and A3Pa |accessmonthday=March 8 |accessyear=2008 |author= |last=Lendering |first=Jona |authorlink=Jona Lendering |work=Livius.Org |quote=king of kings, the king of countries, the king of this earth ]
full name =Artaxerxes III Ochus
predecessor =Artaxerxes II (Persia)
Nectanebo II (Egypt)
suc-type =Heir Apparent
heir =Artaxerxes IV
successor =Artaxerxes IV
queen =
consort =
spouse 1 =
spouse 2 =
spouse 3 =
spouse 4 =
spouse 5 =
spouse 6 =
issue =Artaxerxes IV of Persia
royal house =
dynasty =Achaemenid
royal anthem =
father =Artaxerxes II of Persia
mother =Statira
date of birth =
place of birth =
date of death =26 August/25 September 338 BC(aged "Ca." 87)
place of death =
date of burial =
place of burial =Persepolis|

Artaxerxes III of Persia ("Ca." 425 BC – 338 BC) (Old Persian:

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