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404 BCE - 358 BCE: Reign of Artaxerxes II Mnemon of the Achaemenid Persian Empire.
404 BCE - 358 BCE: Artaxerxes II engages in a number of building projects including the restoration of Susa, additions to Persepolis, and numerous temples to the goddess Anahita.
401 BCE: Revolt of Cyrus the Younger against Artaxerxes II of Persia; revolt is crushed at the Battle of Cunaxa and Cyrus killed.
395 BCE - 387 BCE: Artaxerxes II involves himself in the Corinthian War in Greece.
386 BCE: Artaxerxes II negotiates the King's Peace among the antagonists of the Corinthian War in Greece.
373 BCE: Artaxerxes II sends troops to quell uprising in satrapy of Egypt; the campaign is a failure and Egypt declares independence.
372 BCE - 362 BCE: The Great Satraps Revolt against Artaxerxes II; revolt is crushed due to lack of unity among the rebels.
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