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Vladimir D. Kuznetsov and Alexander B. Nikitin

of the name Darius and the beginning of the title Dârayavauš : xšâyathiya (“Darius the King”). This particular combination of signs is very common in the royal Achaemenid inscriptions. It is also possible that the name and the title are written here in the genitive case: Dârayavahauš

Fiona J. Kidd

. 25 Smith 2011, 419. 26 Ben-Dor Benite et alii 2017. 27 Smith 2011; 2015. 28 See Helms et alii 2001, 121. Other scholars have suggested that Chorasmians are last mentioned in Achaemenid inscriptions on the tomb of Artaxerxes II (405-359 BC ). See Rapoport 1991. 29 For the most recent discussion