Sharaf al-Muluk (Persian: شرف الملوک) was the ruler of the Bavand dynasty from 1328 to 1334. He was the son and successor of Kay Khusraw ibn Yazdagird. Nothing is known about Sharaf; he died in 1334, and was succeeded by his brother Hasan II of Tabaristan.
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Kay Khusraw ibn Yazdagird
Hasan II of Tabaristan