675 BCE - 640 BCE: Persians settle in Persis during the reign of their king Thiepes.
316 BCE: Satrap of Persis Peucestas is defeated at the Gabiene Battle, alongside of Eumenes. Evagros is appointed in Persis by Antigonus I Monopthalmus.
312 BCE: Evagros is killed in battle by Seleucos I. Persis comes under Seleucid rule.
295 BCE: Seleucos I makes an alliance with local Persis dynast, Ardaxsir, becoming the first frataraka of Persis.
270 BCE: Wahabarz (oborzes) succeeds to the frataraka Ardaxsir in Persis.
222 BCE - 220 BCE: Satrap of Persis Alexander, alongside of his brother Molon, satrap of Mediare, revolt against Antiochos III. Their defeat begins a period of time without a known frataraka in Persis.
141 BCE: Persis passes from Seleucid to Parthian domination.
200 CE: Ardashir I participates in the rebellion to unseat the satrap of Persis Guchehr; Ardashir's father assumes the throne of the region.
208 CE: Ardashir I's older brother Shapur killed in an accident; Ardashir proclaims himself king of Persis.
211 CE: Ardashir, king (malakh) of Persis, revolts against the Parthians and founds the Sasanian Empire.
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