Hasanak the Vizier
Hasanak the Vizier (Persian: حسنک وزیر) (about 995–1032) was a famous 11th century Persian from the Mikalid family, who served as Vizier in the Ghaznavid Empire. He served Mahmud of Ghazni and was executed by hanging during the reign of Mas'ud I of Ghazni, son of Mahmud. His official charge was infidelity which was a politically motivated charge, and his execution was ordered by the Caliph of Baghdad.
The execution of Amir Hasanak the vazir: some lessons for the historical sociology of Iran. 250, (15). Index, 265
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