Mihranids

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The Mihranids were an Iranian family which ruled several regions of Caucasus from 330 to 821.wikipedia
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House of Mihran

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He was probably a member of a branch of the Mihranid family which was listed among the Seven Great Houses of Iran, and whose two other lines ruled Iberia (Chosroid Dynasty) and Gogarene/Gugark.
A branch of the family formed the Mihranid line of the kings of Caucasian Albania and the Chosroid Dynasty of Kartli.

Varaz Grigor

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The most prominent representatives of the family in the 7th century were Varaz Grigor, his son Javanshir, and Varaz-Tiridates I.
Varaz Grigor - was the Mihranid king of Caucasian Albania from 628 until his death in 638, he was Prince of Gardman before his baptism.

Varaz-Tiridates I

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The most prominent representatives of the family in the 7th century were Varaz Grigor, his son Javanshir, and Varaz-Tiridates I.
Varaz Trdat - was the Mihranid king of Caucasian Albania from 670 to 705.

Javanshir

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The most prominent representatives of the family in the 7th century were Varaz Grigor, his son Javanshir, and Varaz-Tiridates I.
He was from the Parthian Mihranid family, an offshoot of the House of Mihran, one of the seven Parthian clans of the Sasanian Empire.

Caucasian Albania

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Mihranids assumed a Persian title of Arranshahs (i.e. shahs of Arran, Persian name of Albania).
After the rise of the Parthian Empire the kings of Caucasian Albania were replaced with an Arsacid family and would later be succeeded by another Iranian royal family in the 5th century AD, the Mihranids.

Gardman

The dynasty was founded when certain Mihran, a distant relative of Sasanian, settled in the region of Gardman in Utik.
In the seventh century the local house of Gardman was replaced by the Mihranid family (of Persian or Parthian origin), which later became the ruling dynasty in the region of Arran.

Varsken

Varsken (Middle Persian: Vazgēn) was an Iranian prince from the Mihranid family of Gardman, who served as the viceroy of Gugark from 470 to 482.

Sahl Smbatean

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Subsequently Sahl Smbatean, a descendant of the aforementioned Arranshahik (Eṙanšahik) family, assumed the title of Arranshah and ruled significant part of Caucasian Albania.
This dynasty had a blood feud with the Mihranid dynasty,.

Peroz (Mihranid)

Peroz
He was the founder of the Mihranid dynasty, an offshoot of the House of Mihran, one of the seven Parthian clans.

Barzabod

Barzabod, was the Mihranid prince of Gardman from c. 430 to 440.

Iranian peoples

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The Mihranids were an Iranian family which ruled several regions of Caucasus from 330 to 821.

Caucasus

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The Mihranids were an Iranian family which ruled several regions of Caucasus from 330 to 821.

Sasanian Empire

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They claimed to be of Sasanian Persian descent but were of Parthian origin.

Parthia

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They claimed to be of Sasanian Persian descent but were of Parthian origin.

Utik

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The dynasty was founded when certain Mihran, a distant relative of Sasanian, settled in the region of Gardman in Utik.

Seven Great Houses of Iran

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He was probably a member of a branch of the Mihranid family which was listed among the Seven Great Houses of Iran, and whose two other lines ruled Iberia (Chosroid Dynasty) and Gogarene/Gugark.

Kingdom of Iberia

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He was probably a member of a branch of the Mihranid family which was listed among the Seven Great Houses of Iran, and whose two other lines ruled Iberia (Chosroid Dynasty) and Gogarene/Gugark.

Chosroid dynasty

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He was probably a member of a branch of the Mihranid family which was listed among the Seven Great Houses of Iran, and whose two other lines ruled Iberia (Chosroid Dynasty) and Gogarene/Gugark.

Gugark

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He was probably a member of a branch of the Mihranid family which was listed among the Seven Great Houses of Iran, and whose two other lines ruled Iberia (Chosroid Dynasty) and Gogarene/Gugark.

Armenians

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Mihran's family came to power, when Mihran's great-grandson killed almost all the members of the previous ruling dynasty – "the Eṙanšahiks, the ancient native Armenian (haykazean [original emphasis]) family....Sparing only Zarmihr Eṙanšahik."

Shah

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Mihranids assumed a Persian title of Arranshahs (i.e. shahs of Arran, Persian name of Albania).

Syunik Province

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Nerseh Pilippean, brother of Babgen, directed (822–23) an expedition to Aghuania defeating and killing the prince Varaz-Terdat II (of the Persian dynasty Mihrakane of Aghuania) in Morgog.

List of consorts of Georgia

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Grigor Hamam

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He was one of the descendants of the princely family of the Mihranids.

Iran

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Throughout the Achaemenid, Parthian, and Sasanian eras, several offshoots of the Iranian dynasties established eponymous branches in Anatolia and the Caucasus, including the Pontic Kingdom, the Mihranids, and the Arsacid dynasties of Armenia, Iberia (Georgia), and Caucasian Albania (present-day Republic of Azerbaijan and southern Dagestan).