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Here is a list of important Persian figures in the Sassanid Empire (226-651) :(This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it.) * Mani the prophet : Founder of Manichaeism. * Mazdak : Proto-socialist philosopher and founder of Mazdakism. * Bozorgmehr : Physician and minister of Khosrau I. * Purandokht (Boran) : Sassanid queen. * Barbod the Great : Court musician of the king Khosrau II who created the first musical system in the Middle East, known as the Royal Khosravani and dedicated to the king himself. * Nagisa (Nakisa) : The court musician who collaborated with Barbod on his famous septet piece the Royal Khosravani. * Sarkash : Though not as renowned as Barbod or Nakisa, he was a remarkable musician. * Rostam Farrokhzād : The last great general of Sassanids. While unsucce

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  • Here is a list of important Persian figures in the Sassanid Empire (226-651) :(This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it.) * Mani the prophet : Founder of Manichaeism. * Mazdak : Proto-socialist philosopher and founder of Mazdakism. * Bozorgmehr : Physician and minister of Khosrau I. * Purandokht (Boran) : Sassanid queen. * Barbod the Great : Court musician of the king Khosrau II who created the first musical system in the Middle East, known as the Royal Khosravani and dedicated to the king himself. * Nagisa (Nakisa) : The court musician who collaborated with Barbod on his famous septet piece the Royal Khosravani. * Sarkash : Though not as renowned as Barbod or Nakisa, he was a remarkable musician. * Rostam Farrokhzād : The last great general of Sassanids. While unsucce
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  • Here is a list of important Persian figures in the Sassanid Empire (226-651) :(This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it.) * Mani the prophet : Founder of Manichaeism. * Mazdak : Proto-socialist philosopher and founder of Mazdakism. * Bozorgmehr : Physician and minister of Khosrau I. * Purandokht (Boran) : Sassanid queen. * Barbod the Great : Court musician of the king Khosrau II who created the first musical system in the Middle East, known as the Royal Khosravani and dedicated to the king himself. * Nagisa (Nakisa) : The court musician who collaborated with Barbod on his famous septet piece the Royal Khosravani. * Sarkash : Though not as renowned as Barbod or Nakisa, he was a remarkable musician. * Rostam Farrokhzād : The last great general of Sassanids. While unsuccessful at repelling the Arab Muslim invaders, Iranian folklore and history consider him a hero. * Salman the Persian : One of the Sahaba. He is among The Four Companions.
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