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Persian male first name. Name of some Parthian and Sassanid Kings.See:-. Khosrau 1 of Parthia / Osores I (c. 110 - 128/129 AD)- Khosau Anoushirvan- Khosrau Golesorkhi- Kay Khosrau- Khosrau Parviz (Wikipedia) - Khosrau For places in Iran, see Khosrow, Iran (disambiguation).

Khusro, Khosrau, Khusrau, Kasra, Khosrow, Khusrow or Khusraw (Khosrow in Modern Persian; Kisrā (كسرى) in Arabic; Osroes or Chosroes in Greek; Hüsrev in Turkish) is the name of a mythical Persian leader, in the Avesta of the Zoroastrians known as Kavi Haosravah, with the meaning "with good reputation". A number of rulers of Persia, Armenia (Armenian: Խոսրով Xosrov) and the Middle East are known by this name, and in some times and places it has come to mean king or ruler hence Khosrau (king).


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Copper plate shows Sassanid Khosrau Parviz submitting to Roman emperor Heraclius (Cherub: an angel on the left is watching) Khosrau started a in 602 that lasted for 25 years and exhausted both the Sassanid and the Byzantine Empires. Khusrau I Anoushirvan Coin. Khosrau 1st most commonly known in Persian as Khosrau Anoushirvan or Anoushirvan-e Dadgar (r. 531–579), was the most famous and celebrated of the Sassanid Emperors. Bisotun Khosrau Bridge Sassanid Glass with an image of Khosrau 2. Sassanid glass is frequently referred to as Pre-Islamic Glass in which decorations usually consists of solid and visual motifs from the mould (reliefs),. Byzantine Heraclius Khosrau II. Khosrau Parviz started a in 602 that lasted for 25 years and exhausted both the Sassanid and the Byzantine Empires. Map Khosrau Palace Ghasreshirin
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