Bahram VI Chobin King of Kings of Iran of Sasanian Empire from 590 CE to 591 CE.
Son of general Bahram Gushnasp and hailing from the noble House of Mihran, Bahram began his career as the governor of Ray, and was promoted to the army chief (spahbed) of the northwestern portions of the empire after capturing the Byzantine stronghold of Dara, fighting in the war of 572–591. After a massive Hephthalite-Turkic invasion of the eastern Sasanian domains in 588, he was appointed as the spahbed in Khorasan, beginning a campaign that decisively ended with Iranian victory.
Bahram VI Chobin
Epithet: Mihrevandak (servant of Mithra)
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