Yazdgerd is an Iranian Male First Name also the name of some Sassanid kings- Yazdgerd 1. (399-421) was the 14th Sassanid king, son of Bahram 4. Yazdgerd was very powerful both in military and diplomacy and very opportunistic. Like his Achaemenid ancestors, he advocated freedom of religion and worship and provided space for religious minorities. His reign marked a period of tranquility in Iran as expected from a wise king. He made a long lasting peace with Romans and married a Jewish girl from whom a son named Narsi was born. Yazdgerd was succeeded by Bahram 5. AkA Bahram-e-Goor.- Yazdgerd 2. was the 16th Sassanid king.- Yazdgerd 3. was the last Sassanid king. (Wikipedia) - Yazdgerd For the Sassanid kings of Persia, see Yazdegerd.
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Yazdgerd (Persian: يزدگرد, also Romanized as Yazdejerd, Yazdegerd, and Yazjerd) is a village in Silakhor Rural District, Silakhor District, Dorud County, Lorestan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 62, in 16 families.
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