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  1. Townshend attacked Ctesiphon November 21st. Ctesiphon is but 40 kilometers from the final
  2. Kawus came to Ctesiphon to press his claim to the throne,
  3. with the conquest of the Parthian capital of Ctesiphon.
  4. It was a fabulous experience to see historical places, like Babylon, Ur, Ctesiphon, and the
  5. Thus, in 488 C.E., Kavadh marched to the capital at Ctesiphon with a sizeable foreign army at his heels.
  6. So once again, he boldly marched up to Ctesiphon.
  7. at Nineveh in 627, and threatened the capital Ctesiphon in 628, which prompted the nobles
  8. Mazun declared their independence from Ctesiphon, which made them easy prey for the rising caliphate.
  9. which she took the throne for herself. Farrukhs son Rostam marched his troops to Ctesiphon
  10. and eastern parts of the empire to march towards the capital, Ctesiphon. A direct attack on
  11. the shah in Ctesiphon. The tribes answered the call of their kin, while Yazdegerd sent
  12. concentrating. The Persian sources claim that Bahman returned to Ctesiphon with his entire
  13. capital Ctesiphon, but the Sassanid army at Muzayyah, and the concentrations of the Christian
  14. decided against attacking Ctesiphon. The main Sassanid army at Muzayyah probably considered
  15. in the next month, while Khalid was contemplating what his next move should be. Attacking Ctesiphon
  16. pursue Muthanna, who withdrew to Ullais, and returned to Ctesiphon. Some sources claim
  17. The Persian Empire was ruled from Ctesiphon.
  18. Allowing him to take all of Mesopotamia, sacked Ctesiphon, and crossed the Tigris River.
  19. The Romans then marched south and sacked Ctesiphon for what... The 6th time now? I lost count.
  20. But even his opponents in Constantinople and Ctesiphon