Pusdil was a Sasanian prince—he was the son of Khosrow II (r. 590-628), and together with most of his brothers and half-brothers were executed in 628 by Kavadh II (r. 628), another son of Khosrow II. According to the Iranian historian al-Tabari, Pusdil and the rest of his executed brothers and half-brothers were "all well-educated, valiant, and chivalrous men".

SourcesEdit

  • Shapur Shahbazi, A. (2005). "SASANIAN DYNASTY". Encyclopaedia Iranica, Online Edition. Retrieved 25 April 2016.

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The Sasanid rulers of Persia (detailed genealogy)