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Sasanian family tree

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a family tree of the Sasanian emperors, their ancestors, and Sasanian princes/princesses.

History

The Sasanian dynasty was named after Sasan, the eponymous ancestor of the dynasty. It was founded by Ardashir I in 224, who defeated the last Parthian (Arsacid) king, Artabanus IV (Persian: اردوانArdavan)[1] and ended when the last Sasanian monarch, Yazdegerd III (632–651), lost a 19-year struggle to drive out the early Arab Caliphate, which was the first of the Islamic empires.

It is believed that the following dynasties and noble families have ancestors among the Sasanian rulers:

Sasanian family tree

Weh-afrid
Sasan
PapakUnnamed woman
ShapurArdashir I
(224–242)
BalashDenag
Narseh
Shapur I
(240–270)
Ardashir KirmanshahArdashir MarvshahPeroz I KushanshahNarsehMihrshah MeshanshahArdashir Nodshiraganshah
Hormizd I
(270–271)
Bahram I
(271–274)
Narseh
(293–302)
Shapur MeshanshahAdur-Anahid
HormizdHormizdagOdabakhtBahramShapurPerozShapurdukhtak
HormozdakBahram II
(274–293)
Hormizd II
(302–309)
Hormizddukhtak
Bahram III
(293)
Adur Narseh
(309)
HormizdArdashir II
(379–383)
Shapur II
(309–379)
AdurfrazgirdZamaspAsayHormizddukhtShapur SakanshahUnnamed prince
ZruanduxtShapur III
(383–388)
Peroz-Gushnasp
Bahram IV
(389–399)
Yazdegerd I
(399–420)
Khosrow
(420)
Shapur IV
(420)
Bahram V
(420–438)
Narseh
Yazdegerd II
(438–457)
Unnamed princess
Unnamed princessHormizd III
(457–459)
Peroz I
(457–484)
Balash
(484–488)
Zarir
(† 485)
Vache II
Balendukht
Kavadh I
(488–496, 498–531)
Jamasp[a]
(496–498)
Perozdukht
Kawus
Jamasp
XerxesKhosrow I
(531–579)
NarsiNiwandukht
ShapurKavadhPiruz
Gil Gavbara
AnoshazadHormizd IV
(579–590)
Vistahm[b]
(590/1–596 or 594/5–600)
Yazdandad
Khosrow II
(590–628)
KavadhMirhran[c]Chahardukht[d]
Khosrow III
(630)
Shapur-i Shahrvaraz
(630)
Peroz II
(630)
Khosrow IV
(631)
Kavadh II
(628)
Azarmidokht
(630–631)
Mardanshah
(† 628)
JavanshirArwandrang
(† 628)
Guranshah
(† 628)
Afrudshah
(† 628)
Khurrah
(† 628)
Pusdil
(† 628)
Boran
(629–630, 631–632)
Farrukhzad Khosrow V
(631)
Shahriyar
(† 628)
Unnamed prince
Ardashir III
(628–629)
Hormizd VI
(630–631)
Yazdegerd III
(632–651)
Peroz III
(651–677)
Bahram VIIIzdundad
Narsieh
(677–???)
Khosrow VI

See also

Notes

^ a: Ancestor of the Dabuyids and Paduspanids.
^ b: The brother-in-law of Hormizd IV.
^ c: Wife of Shahrbaraz.
^ d: Wife of Mihran Gushnasp.

References

  1. ^ Touraj Daryaee, Sasanian Persia:The Rise and Fall of an Empire, (I.B. Tauris, 2010), 2.
  2. ^ "DABUYIDS – Encyclopaedia Iranica". Iranicaonline.org. Retrieved 2013-12-16.
  3. ^ "BADUSPANIDS – Encyclopaedia Iranica". Iranicaonline.org. Retrieved 2013-12-16.
  4. ^ Stokvis A.M.H.J., pp. 112, 129.

External links

The Sasanid rulers of Persia (detailed genealogy)

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