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Narsieh

Narsieh ( Narseh; Chinese: 泥涅师; pinyin: Nìnièshī) was a Persian–Chinese general stationed in the Tang military garrison. He was son of prince Peroz III and grandson of Yazdgerd III, the last Sassanid king of Persia.

He lived in the Western Regions area of China with much of the Sassanid imperial family which had escaped from Persia after the Arab conquest of Persia. He died in China.

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  • Iranian.com
  • Chinapage
Titles in pretence
Preceded by
Peroz III
— TITULAR —
Sassanid king
679–?
Reason for succession failure:
Islamic conquest of Persia
Succeeded by
Unknown


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