Ardashir II (Bavandid ruler)

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Ardashir II (Persian: ‎اردشیر) was the ruler of the Bavand dynasty from 1238 to 1249. His grandmother was a sister of Rustam V, and he was also related to the Nizari Ismaili Jalaluddin Hasan through his mother.

Biography[edit]

In 1238, Ardashir restored Bavand rule in Mazandaran, and assumed the traditional Bavand title of ispahbadh. He died in 1249, and was succeeded by his son Muhammad.

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Preceded by
Mongol occupation
Bavand ruler
1238–1249
Succeeded by
Muhammad