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Artaxerxes I Longimanus
1. Artaxerxes I Longimanus (464–424 b.c.), son of Xerxes I, who subdued revolts in Egypt between 460 and 445 b.c. He permitted Ezra to visit Jerusalem as Commissioner for Jewish Affairs (Ezr. 7:7–26; Neh. 2:1; etc.) in 458 b.c. He also authorized the mission of Nehemiah twelve years later (Neh. 1:2,