Satibarzanes (in Greek: Σατιβαρζάνης; died 330 BC), a Persian, was satrap of Aria under Darius III, king of Persia. In 330 BC, Alexander the Great, marching through the borders of Aria on his way from Hyrcania against the Parthians, was met at a city named Susia by Satibarzanes, who made submission to him, and was rewarded for it by the restoration of his satrapy. In order to prevent the commission of any hostilities against the Arians by the Macedonian troops which were following from the west, Alexander left behind with Satibarzanes forty horse-dartmen, under the command of Anaxippus. These, however, together with their commander, were soon after murdered by the satrap, who excited the Arians to rebellion, and gathered his forces together at the city of Artacoana.

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  • Satibarzanes (Σατιβαρζάνης) o Barzanes, fou sàtrapa persa d'Ària sota Darios III de Pèrsia. Alexandre el Gran, en la seva marxa cap a Ària des de Hircània, es va trobar amb Satibarzanes a una ciutat anomenada Susia; el sàtrapa se li va sotmetre i Alexandre el va confirmar en la seva satrapia; per prevenir lluites amb altres grups macedonis que avançaven i no sabien la decisió del rei, va deixar un cos de 40 cavallers a les ordes d'Anàxip; només marxar Alexandre, Anaxip i els seus homes foren assassinats i Satibarzanes es va revoltar i es va fer fort a Arctoana. Quan Alexandre va tornar, va fugir amb Bessos de Bactriana i la ciutat fou conquerida ràpidament pels macedonis (330 aC). Al final del mateix any, Satibarzanes, nomenat per Bessos com sàtrapa de Pàrtia, va entrar a Ària amb 2000 homes reclutats a Bactriana; Alexandre va enviar contra ell a Artabazos, Erigi i Carà. Satibarzanes va desafiar a un general grec a un combat singular i Erigi va acceptar el repte; en el combat Satibarzanes va ser derrotat i mort pel general macedoni. (ca)
  • Satibarzanes (griech.: Σατιβαρζανης) († 330 v. Chr.) war unter dem persischen Großkönig Darius III. Satrap der Provinz Aria im Westen des heutigen Afghanistan. Als Alexander der Große im Jahr 330 v. Chr. von Hyrkanien kommend anrückte, ergab sich Satibarzanes, woraufhin Alexander ihm die Verwaltung der Satrapie Aria beließ. Zur Sicherung ließ Alexander aber einen Trupp von 40 makedonischen Reitern unter dem Kommando von im Land. Nachdem Alexander ostwärts weitergezogen war, ließ Satibarzanes die makedonischen Reiter niedermachen und rief die Bewohner Arias zum Aufstand gegen Alexander auf. Satibarzanes verschanzte sich mit seinen Truppen in der Stadt , doch gelang es Alexander die Stadt einzunehmen, deren Einwohner er in die Sklaverei verkaufte. An ihrer Stelle ließ er eine hellenistische Siedlung mit dem Namen Alexandria errichten, das heutige Herat. Satibarzanes war unterdessen die Flucht zu Alexanders Widersacher Bessos gelungen; er sammelte eine Truppe von 2000 Reitern um sich und fiel erneut in Aria ein. Alexander schickte ihm ein Heer unter der Führung der Feldherren Artabazos, Erigyios und Karanos entgegen. In der Schlacht gegen diese fiel Satibarzanes. (de)
  • Satibarzanes (¿-329 a. C.) fue sátrapa persa de Aria. (es)
  • Satibarzanes (in Greek: Σατιβαρζάνης; died 330 BC), a Persian, was satrap of Aria under Darius III, king of Persia. In 330 BC, Alexander the Great, marching through the borders of Aria on his way from Hyrcania against the Parthians, was met at a city named Susia by Satibarzanes, who made submission to him, and was rewarded for it by the restoration of his satrapy. In order to prevent the commission of any hostilities against the Arians by the Macedonian troops which were following from the west, Alexander left behind with Satibarzanes forty horse-dartmen, under the command of Anaxippus. These, however, together with their commander, were soon after murdered by the satrap, who excited the Arians to rebellion, and gathered his forces together at the city of Artacoana. On the approach of Alexander, he fled to join the traitor Bessus; and the city, after a short siege, was captured by the Macedonians. Towards the end of the same year (330 BC), Alexander, heard that Satibarzanes had again entered Aria with 2000 horses, supplied by Bessus, and had excited the Arians to another revolt. According to Arrian, upon this, he sent a force against him, led by Artabazus, Erigyius, Caranus, and Andronicus of Olynthus. In a battle which ensued, and of which the issue was yet doubtful, Satibarzanes came forward and defied any one of the enemy's generals to single combat. The challenge was accepted by Erigyius, and Satibarzanes was slain. (en)
  • Сатибарзан (др.-греч. Σατιβαρetherάνη; IV век до н. э.) — персидский, а затем македонский сатрап (области на северо-востоке современного Ирана). (ru)
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  • Satibarzanes (¿-329 a. C.) fue sátrapa persa de Aria. (es)
  • Сатибарзан (др.-греч. Σατιβαρetherάνη; IV век до н. э.) — персидский, а затем македонский сатрап (области на северо-востоке современного Ирана). (ru)
  • Satibarzanes (Σατιβαρζάνης) o Barzanes, fou sàtrapa persa d'Ària sota Darios III de Pèrsia. Alexandre el Gran, en la seva marxa cap a Ària des de Hircània, es va trobar amb Satibarzanes a una ciutat anomenada Susia; el sàtrapa se li va sotmetre i Alexandre el va confirmar en la seva satrapia; per prevenir lluites amb altres grups macedonis que avançaven i no sabien la decisió del rei, va deixar un cos de 40 cavallers a les ordes d'Anàxip; només marxar Alexandre, Anaxip i els seus homes foren assassinats i Satibarzanes es va revoltar i es va fer fort a Arctoana. (ca)
  • Satibarzanes (griech.: Σατιβαρζανης) († 330 v. Chr.) war unter dem persischen Großkönig Darius III. Satrap der Provinz Aria im Westen des heutigen Afghanistan. Als Alexander der Große im Jahr 330 v. Chr. von Hyrkanien kommend anrückte, ergab sich Satibarzanes, woraufhin Alexander ihm die Verwaltung der Satrapie Aria beließ. Zur Sicherung ließ Alexander aber einen Trupp von 40 makedonischen Reitern unter dem Kommando von im Land. Nachdem Alexander ostwärts weitergezogen war, ließ Satibarzanes die makedonischen Reiter niedermachen und rief die Bewohner Arias zum Aufstand gegen Alexander auf. Satibarzanes verschanzte sich mit seinen Truppen in der Stadt , doch gelang es Alexander die Stadt einzunehmen, deren Einwohner er in die Sklaverei verkaufte. An ihrer Stelle ließ er eine hellenistische (de)
  • Satibarzanes (in Greek: Σατιβαρζάνης; died 330 BC), a Persian, was satrap of Aria under Darius III, king of Persia. In 330 BC, Alexander the Great, marching through the borders of Aria on his way from Hyrcania against the Parthians, was met at a city named Susia by Satibarzanes, who made submission to him, and was rewarded for it by the restoration of his satrapy. In order to prevent the commission of any hostilities against the Arians by the Macedonian troops which were following from the west, Alexander left behind with Satibarzanes forty horse-dartmen, under the command of Anaxippus. These, however, together with their commander, were soon after murdered by the satrap, who excited the Arians to rebellion, and gathered his forces together at the city of Artacoana. (en)
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