"belonging to the sea") would have been misunderstood and so was unused.
An alternate theory with regard to Bahrain's toponymy is offered by the al-Ahsa region, which suggests that the two seas were the Great Green Ocean (the Persian Gulf) and a peaceful lake on the Arabian mainland.
From the 6th to 3rd century BC, Bahrain was part of the Persian Empire ruled by the Achaemenian dynasty.
By about 250 BC, Parthia brought the Persian Gulf under its control and extended its influence as far as Oman.
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