Manuchihr ibn Shavur
Manuchihr b. Shavur began his rule under the suzerainty of the Seljuk sultan Malikshah. During his reign, Ani suffered a famine and military pressure from the Seljuks. Manuchihr sponsored several building projects, including a mosque, fortifications, a large bath, and a caravansarai. He also patronized the poet Asadi Tusi. He was succeeded by his son, Abu'l-Aswar Shavur ibn Manuchihr.
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