Mar'sena (Heb. Marsena', מִרסנָא, according to Benfey, the Sanscrit smarsha, noble, with the Zend ending na, man; Sept. Μαρσενά, but most copies omit; Vulg. Marsana), one of the seven Medo-Persian satraps or viziers of Xerxes (Es 1:14). B.C. 483. Josephus understands that they had the office of interpreters of the laws (Ant. 11:6, 1).