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A quienes HERZFELD. ibid,, pag. 7 3 1 , relaciona poco convinPANTIALEOS. centemente con la actual Fahliyan. NO son citados en ninguna otra parte. Estas tres últimas tribus eran. siempre según Heródoto. labradores, mientras que las cuatro siguientes eran nómadas: Daos. ,XI 7, 1. Pueblo del N. que se ha puesto en relación con los dadicas HERÓD. 111 91, 4 . MARDOS. Pueblo de las montafias del SO. de Persépolis. ,XI 7, 1. Tambikn aparece un rey persa llamado Mardos en ESQUILO,Persos 774 SS. XI 8, 8.

La mayor parte de los usos medos se imponen en la corte de Ciro (cf. infra, Vlll 1, 41). Asi, no es de extraiiar que, en Anáb. VI1 , 61, que hace referencia a las amplias túnicas con mangas y de muchos colores. En la Apadana -vestíbulo de pilares- persepolitana aparecen representados cortesanos medos y persas alternando; sus ropas son color escarlata. » Astiages dándole un abrazo por la respuesta, le puso una hermosa túnica y lo honró y adornó con collares y pulseras; si tenía que salir a algún sitio lo paseaba sobre un caballo de bridas de oro, como él mismo solía hacer cuando salía de paseo.

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