2.Cyrus the Great
Cyrus the Great was a huge figure ever of Persian Empire. He was the principal world pioneer to be alluded to as “The Great”. He was conceived around 590– 580 BCE. Cyrus established Persia by joining the two unique Iranian clans—the Medes and the Persians.
Until the point when he moved toward becoming ruler, Persia was a quiet condition of the Medes Empire. Under his standard, the Persian Empire grasped the antiquated Near East, a large portion of Southwest Asia and a lot of Central Asia too. Cyrus pronounced the primary Charter of Human Rights known to mankind. He passed away in around 530 BCE.