Mardanshah (Sasanian prince)
Mardanshah (Persian: مردانشاه) was a 7th-century Sasanian prince. He was the son of the Sasanian shah Khosrau II and Shirin, and was the preferred successor of the Sasanian Empire. He was later killed along with his brothers and half-brothers by his half-brother Kavadh II in 628.
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