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Azarmin Dukht 27th Sassanid Monarch, Queen of Persia

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Daughter of Khosrau II "the Victorious", King of Persia and Sirin of the Hephthalites
Mother of Hormizd V; shahanshah hormizd VI -sassanid 29; <private> and <private> Sassanian monarch of Persia
Sister of <private> of Persia (Persia); Shahrijar, Prince of Sasanian Persia; Kavadh II Shahrijar Sassanian King of Persia, King of Persia; Bunseer (~Ardsheer); Buran dukht 26th Sassanid Monarch, Queen of Persia and 3 others
Half sister of <private>; Khusrau; <private>; Javanshir / Juvansher and <private>

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Azarmidokht was the daughter of Khosrau II. Since her father was said to have had a shabestan with over 3,000 concubines,[1] it is not known if one of these concubines was her mother or Khosrau's favorite wife Shirin was. Azarmidokht also had many other siblings and half-siblings named Mardanshah, Juvansher, Farrukhzad Khosrau V, Kavadh II, Shahriyar, and Borandukht. In 628, her father was deposed by the Sasanian nobles in favor of her brother Kavadh II, who executed all of their brother's except Juvansher and Farrukhzad Khosrau V who managed to hide. Some months later, Kavadh died of plague, and was succeeded by his 7 year old son Ardashir III, who himself one year later was killed by the Sasanian general Shahrbaraz, who usurped the Sasanian throne. Forty days later, Shahrbaraz was murdered by the faction of the Ispahbudhan nobleman Farrukh Hormizd,[2] which was known as the Pahlav (Parthian) faction. Borandukht was shortly proclaimed queen in Ctesiphon by Farrukh's faction. She, was, however, later deposed by Shapur-i Shahrvaraz, the son of Khosrau II's sister Mirhran, and the Sasanian usurper Shahrbaraz.

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