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About the Arsch surname

Arsés,grandson of Artaxerxés Arsakés,king of Persia until about 336 b.b. may be the immediate ancestor of the main line of Arsakeni family named after him. His son might have been Shammar ye-Aresh king of Yemen after him for some 10 years conquiring Sogdia and building Samar-Kand in the place of Marakanda - that is Alexandria. The book of persian kings says Iskender was son of Darab last king of Persia in the days of Philipp in Makedonia,and they are in the Byble called Ag-Rab-a-Da-Wa-Ha - founder of Wagadu - and As-Shak-An-Newa-Ha or As-Shak-Ken-Nawa-Ha,ancestor of ashan-inka and of hawaniken tribes,father of A-Shammar-Gawa-Ha whose name may mean the son of Shammar that is Go-Shammar or Go-Sancho.

Shammar may have had something to do with contemporane Shammar tribe of Arabia,and was succeeded in Yemen among others by Marthid until 138 b.c. identical with arshakeni Mithridat of Parthia,and then by his son Wali'a possibly forefather of walia tribe in the Sudan for ten yors more whom parthians may have called Phrahat or Phraort. Then came Hasan from the family of inkas who might have headed inngasana nation of nganasa origin too whereas his family might have become called Inka-Hassana.

Also in Aithiopia ruled in that time Set-Tawa who - in case tawas't tribe is identical of people today called inkeri (Inka-Eri) near river Newa - may also be Alexander himself,if sources allow to presume.

Tubbaa dynasty of Yemen itself was founded by Yezid,possible leader of yezidi tribe of Kurdistan,a grandson or great-grandson of al-Hammadani from Média called in apocriphs Hammad-At-Te'a as ancestor of t'át or kurdt'átin nation from near Hammadán ruling until about 503 b.c.. He was the son therefore of Brahmadatta that is of Bar-a-Hammad-Atte'a.

Ardashir Sasani from Istakhar - named of Akhar-Ayasta king of A-Wa-Ta-Baha - became king to revenge on the Arshakeni for the death of his ancestor Dara 266 years that is 532 half-years after Iskender.

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