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    Madius (Ancient Greek: Μάδιος) or Madya was the Scythian king after Partatua. He conquered and ruled the Median Empire from c.633-625 BCE.

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    Preceded by Phraortes King of Medes Succeeded by Cyaxares
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    Name Madius
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    Short description Scythian king
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