Kavadh II, king of the Sasanian Empire

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Kavadh

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Death: Died in Ctesiphon, Persia
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Son of Khosrau II "the Victorious", King of Persia and Sirin of the Hephthalites
Husband of Anzoy
Father of Yazdegrid Sassanid Emperor of Persia; shahanshah artashektr III -sassanid persia 25 and Ardashir III, king of the Sasanian Empire
Brother of <private> of Persia (Persia); Shahrijar, Prince of Sasanian Persia; Bunseer (~Ardsheer); Buran dukht 26th Sassanid Monarch, Queen of Persia; Azarmin Dukht 27th Sassanid Monarch, Queen of Persia and 3 others
Half brother of Khusrau; <private>; Javanshir / Juvansher; <private> and <private>

Occupation: Roi, de Perse
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About Kavadh II, king of the Sasanian Empire

Kavadh II (Shiroe, or Siroes), twenty-third Sassanid King of Persia, son of Khosrau II (590–628), was raised to the throne in opposition to his father in February 628, after the great victories of the Emperor Heraclius (610–641). He put his father and eighteen brothers to death, began negotiations with Heraclius, but died after a reign of a few months.

See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kavadh_II for more information.


Reign February 25, 628 – 6 September 628 Predecessor Khosrau II Successor Ardashir III Born 590 Died 6 September 628 Ctesiphon Spouse Anzoy the Roman Issue Ardashir III House House of Sasan Father Khosrau II Mother Maria Religion Zoroastrianism

Kavadh II was the son of Khosrau II, the king of the Sasanian Empire, and Maria, daughter of Maurice, the emperor of the Byzantine Empire. Kavadh was later imprisoned by his father who wanted to ensure his succession to his favorite son Mardanshah, the son of his favorite wife, Shirin. His father's reputation had been ruined during the last phase of the Byzantine–Sasanian War of 602–628.

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