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  Media, Persia, Parthia, & Iran
While the official religion of Sassanid Persia was Zoroastrianism, there was also a Christian community, whose line of Patriarchs "of the East" continues to the present, and refugee pagans were accepted from the increasing intolerance of Christian Rome.
Most noteworthy in that respect were the last Scholarch of Plato's Academy, Damascius, and his colleague Simplicius, who fled after the Emperor Justinian closed the Academy in 529.
Persia is officially styled Irân, 1935; Shâh deposed as pro-German by Russians and British
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  (Agnes* PERIGORD - Yezdagird I* PERSIA )   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Chosroes I* PERSIA (Shah of Persia) (____ - 0579)
Kavadh I* PERSIA (Shah of Persia) (____ - 0531)
Shapur I* PERSIA (Shah of Persia) (____ - 0272)
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 Hormizd IV of Persia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hormizd IV, son of Khosrau I of Persia (531–579), reigned as King of Persia from 579 to 590.
In 588 Hormizd IV's general, Bahram Chobin (who became rival King Bahram VI), defeated the Turks, but in the next year (589) was beaten by the Romans; and when the King superseded him he rebelled with his army.
The magnates deposed and blinded Hormizd IV and proclaimed his son Khosrau II of Persia (590–628) King.
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 Hormizd IV of Persia: Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com
Hormizd protected the common people and introduced a severe discipline in his army and court.
The magnates deposed and blinded Hormizd and proclaimed his son Khosrau II king.
Hormizd was killed by some partisans of his son (590).
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 HORMIZD - LoveToKnow Article on HORMIZD
HORMIZD I. (272-273) was the son of Shapur I., under whom he was governor of Khorasan, and appears in his wars against Rome (Trebellius Pollio, Trig.
Hormizd escaped from prison by the help of his wife in 323, and found refuge at the court of Constantine the Great (Zosim.
HORMIZD IV., son of Chosroes I., reigned 578-590.
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 Persia - IBWiki
The Caliphate used Persia as something of a staging post for their expansions into Afghanistan and India (also enslaving many Turkic peoples and taking them back to Baghdad to serve as cavalry troops) but had little effect on the mass of the people.
Persia slowly became a feudal theocracy: there was no separation of religion and state; the Shāhānshāh was held to be divinely ordained head of both, while the Mobadān Mobad weilded the real power.
Persia's economy is a mixture of central planning, state ownership of oil and other large enterprises, village agriculture, and private trading and service ventures, combining to make the nation an economic powerhouse rivalling its western counterparts.
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 Hormizd I of Persia Definition / Hormizd I of Persia Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Hormizd I, king of PersiaThe Sassanid dynasty (also Sassanian) was the name given to the kings of Persia during the era of the second Persian Empire, from 224 until 651, when the last Sassanid shah, Yazdegerd III, lost a 14-year struggle to drive out the Umayyad Caliphate, the first of the Islamic empires....
Sassanid Shah Hormizd I succeeds Shapur I. Dometius succeeds Titus as Patriarch of Constantinople.
Tetricus I and Tetricus II are deposed as Gallic Emperors by Aurelian.
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 THE REFORMS OF CHOSROES ANUSHIRVAN
Hormizd IV, son of Chosroes and a Turkish princess given in marriage to the Sasanian monarch to promote good relations between the two states, inherited the war with Byzantium.
Hormizd suppressed the great nobility and protected the weak, which indicates a continued opposition to the policies of Chosroes, and it seems clear that internal affairs in Iran were most unsettled.
Bahram's demotion and revolt, attributed to the jealousy of Hormizd in the sources, surely had deeper roots in the unhappiness of the nobility with their ruler, for Bahram was supported by the nobility on all sides.
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 Afghanistan's Web Site -@ Afghanistan History
Evidence of early nomadic iron age in Aq Kapruk IV.
Khosrow II (Khosrow Parviz), king of Persia of the Sassanid, or Sassanian, dynasty
His son, Mir Mahmud, invades Persia and liberates Herat.
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 Persia and Constantinople Make Way for Islam
War between Persia and Constantinople was renewed as Constantinople sided with the Abyssinians and allied themselves with the Turks on Persia's eastern frontier, whom they persuaded to attack Persia.
Hormizd came into conflict with Persia's nobles, and a general named Vahram overthrew him, imprisoned and blinded him and later had him executed.
Vahram put Hormizd's son on the throne, Khosru II, but aristocrats were opposed to Khosru II, and Zoroastrian religious leaders were opposed to Khosru's tolerance towards Christians.
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 Persia
Abbas II (1632-1667) Shah of Persia 1642-67, the son of Safi I and the great-grandson of Abbas I. He received various embassies from Europe and recaptured Kandahar 1648, which had been lost by his predecessor to the Mogul emperors.
Son of Hormizd II; succeeded brother Shapur II, during whose reign he was governor (or king) of Adiabene; quarreled with court nobles; deposed.
Master of household to Hormizd IV; as commander in Khorasan, repelled Turkish invasion; defeated by Romans (589); rebelled against Hormizd; with aid of mutinous royal troops defeated Khosrow II and proclaimed himself king; deposed by Khosrow (591), fled to Turkistan.
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 CHOTA NAGPUR - LoveToKnow Article on CHOTA NAGPUR   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
During the negotiations with the emperor Tiberius Chosroe~ died in 579, and was succeeded by his son Hormizd IV.
CHosRoEs II., the Victorious (Parvez), son of Hormizd IV., grandson of Chosroes I., 590628.
He was raised to the throne by the magnates who had rebelled against Hormizd IV.
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 d. Hormizd IV to the Muslim Conquest. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
Superseded and insulted by the king, he rebelled.
Hormizd was deposed and murdered; he was succeeded by his son, Khusrau.
Challenged by Bahram, Khusrau sought help from Constantinople; Bahram then seized the throne and ruled as Bahram VI (590–591).
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Persia conquered Oman in 591 and the Hawazid Crown was merged with the Sassanid.
The Dynasties of Persia Sassanids (224-) Persian Greek Uprising Emperor Shapur IV of Persia died in 556.
The Persian army, led by ShahanShah Shapur IV, invaded and pacified the province of Syria in 532.
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 Hormizd IV of Persia - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Hormizd IV of Persia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Hormizd IV of Persia - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Hormizd IV of Persia.
Here you will find more informations about Hormizd IV of Persia.
The orginal Hormizd IV of Persia article can be editet
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 Wikinfo | History of Persia
Ariaramnes of Persia, son of Teispes and co-ruler of Cyrus I. Cambyses I of Anshan, son of Cyrus I. Arsames of Persia, son of Ariaramnes and co-ruler of Cambyses I
Hormizd VI (or V) from 631 to 632.
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The son of Hormizd IV, Khosrow was proclaimed kin g i n A D 5 9 0 in turbulent times.
Hormizd's general, Bahr am C hubi n, a ft er his defeat by the Byzantine army at La zica, ha d bee n ope nly insulted by the king.
The son of Hormizd IV, Khosrow was proclaimed kin g i n A D 5 9 0 in turbulenttimes.
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 L27 App IV: Wars   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Emperor Shapur IV of Persia died in 556.
Paphlygonia was looted and occupied and the city of Sinope stormed and taken by Hormizd in 619.
Also, Hormizd of Hellas was assassinated by Greek agents and his kingdom fell apart to be re-absorbed by ERE.
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 LIST OF KINGS OF PERSIA FACTS AND INFORMATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Teispes of Anshan, his son, king of Persia, king of Anshan, died 640.
Ariaramnes of Persia, son of Teispes, king of Persia.
Arsames of Persia, son of Ariaramnes, king of Persia until 550, died after 520.
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 Frye. Heritage of Persia
The succession of Hormizd Ardashir seems to have been unopposed and under him the policy of Shapur was still in effect, but Hormizd did not rule long and he was succeeded by Varahran, known as Bahram in Islamic sources.
Under King Hormizd he was given the title 'mobad of Ahura Mazda', probably the first to hold this later well-attested title.
In the reign of Varahran II he received the rank of nobility, the headship of the religion, and was made chief judge of the empire, and chief of the royal fire at Istakhr at the imperial shrine of Anahita.
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The name Persia (from the ancient province of Persis; modern Fars, Iran) was given by the Greeks to the entire land occupied by various Iranian tribes from which the ACHAEMENID dynasty arose.
It is the land of present-day IRAN and AFGHANISTAN, geographically the Iranian plateau.
Bibliography: Boyle, J. A., ed., Persia: History and Heritage (1978); Cameron, George G., History of Early Iran (1976); Frye, R. N., The Heritage of Persia, 2d ed.
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 Persia: Shaw's Outline of Ancient History
Ptolemy III is succeeded (Dec.) by Ptolemy IV Philopator (to 204)
Ardashir I, son of Papak and a descendant of Sasan, was the ruler of one of the several small states into which Persia had gradually been divided.
Coins thus exist showing Ardashir together with his son as heir apparent and Shapur alone wearing the eagle cap, indicating the exercise of royal rule before his coronation--besides the normal series of Shapur crowned as king.
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 Tujue (Turkut 突厥) Rulers - China History Forum, online chinese history forum
I have looked through the Zhou Shu records on the Western Wei emperors (there are none in the Wei Shu), and also their description of Persia (Bosi), but there is no mention of Princess Changle's daughter being married off to the Sassanians.
Istemi's daughter) as the mother of Khosrow/Chosroes I's son and successor, Hormizd/Hormazd IV "the Turk" (r.
In short, the daughter Istemi sent to Persia could just as likely been born to another of his wives, concubines, etc. And that's why I was curious about knowing whether or not any Chinese sources say anything about the other wives (as well as the mothers) of these early Tujue/Gok-Turk/Turuk Khans.
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 history of persia
Iransaga - Persia or Iran, a brief history
Chronology of Persian History - History of Iran - History of Persia - Iran...
Literary History of Persia From the Earliest Times Until Firdawsi, from...
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 Rulers and Heads of State   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
PERSIA Hormizd I 'The Brave' of (King of Persia)
PERSIA Hormizd IV of (King of the Sasanian Emp.)
PERSIA Khosrow II 'The Victorious' of (King of Persia)
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 Khosrau II of Persia - Term Explanation on IndexSuche.Com
Khosrau II of Persia - Term Explanation on IndexSuche.Com
Khosrau II, "the Victorious" (''Parvez''), king of Persia, son of Hormizd IV, grandson of Khosrau I, 590 - 628.
He was raised to the throne by the magnates who had rebelled against Hormizd IV till 590, and soon after his father was blinded and killed.
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 Chart of the Syro-Phoenician Church from 525 A.D. till 1724
Hormizd IV son of Khusraw I Anosharwan became king of Persia.
After his death there was a persecution in Persia until the murder of Khusraw II Parwez Hormezd in AD 628.
This Khusraw looted the wood of the cross and brought it to Persia.
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In 1635, Sultan Murad IV invaded Revan, Erivan, and Baghdad.
This treaty had been in valid until 1722 and after the war ended in 1747, it was begun to be used again.
Lauren is originally from Philadelphia and is expecting to earn her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Boston College in 2002.
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 ipedia.com: 590 Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Persian king Hormizd IV succeeded by Khosrau II.
The Byzantine Empire begins a war with Persia.
Owain mab Urien becomes king of Rheged (approximate date).
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 Pedigree of Hormizd IV of PERSIA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
[82] /--Shapur III (King) of PERSIA /--Yazdagrid I (Yazdegerd) (King) of PERSIA
/--Varahan (Bahram) V ``Wild Ass' (King) of PERSIA
/--Yazdagird (Yazdegerd) II (King) of PERSIA /--Peroz (Firuz)
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 Rulers and Dynasties of Persia-Iran - History of Iran - History of Persia
Rulers and Dynasties of Persia-Iran - History of Iran - History of Persia
Rulers and Dynasties of Persia (Iran) - History of Persia
The following is a timetable of rulers and dynasties that ruled over Iran.
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 Sasanian kings
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last native dynasty to reign in Persia before the Arab conquest.
A historical introduction can be read here; most coins below
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