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Shah Shuja

شاه شجاع ، ابوالفوارس جلال الدین شاه شجاع

Abu'l Fawaris Djamal ad-Din Shah Shuja Born Mar, 10, 1333, son of Mobarezoddin Mohammad, second ruler of the Mozaffarid Dynasty. He ruled in Yazd, then Shiraz 1353) (1335-1364, 1366-1384) Before dying in 1384, he named his son Zeinolabedin his successor and his third brother Emadoddin Ahmad as governor of Kerman.

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Shah Shoja Mausoleum from Al Mozaffar (Mozaffarid) dynasty who died in 1384 in Shiraz. Shah Shoja was less tyrannic figure, but he was constantly fighting with his brothers, causing a long period of instability.
Silver Coins of 2 Dinars value belonging to Mozaffarid Shah Shoja (1335-1364, 1366-1384). Shah Shoja was the second ruler of the Mozaffarid Dynasty who ruled in Shiraz and was contemporary to Hafez, great Iranian poet.
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