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Negareh: Bahram V Coin.jpg... 01/01/2012 Media
Bahram 5th Coin. Bahram V was the fourteenth Sassanid King of Persia (421–438). Also called Bahram Goor, he was a son of Yazdegerd 1st (399–421) after...View Details»

Negareh: Garmsar National Park Bahram Palace.jpg... 01/01/2012 Media
Garmsar National Park: Bahram Goor's Palace. The Shah Abbas (Bahram) palace is square in shape with six towers and two gateways, standing to the north...View Details»

Negareh: Sarvestan Palace Shiraz Sassanid Bahram.jpg... 01/01/2012 Media
Sarvestan Palace Shiraz Built by Sassanid king Bahram 5th (Goor) reign (420-438) -Keywords: Sarvestan , Palace , Shiraz , Sassanid , Bahram 5...View Details»

Negareh: Germany Zoo Persian onager.jpg... 01/01/2012 Media
A Persian onager in a Zoo in Germany. Onagers are fast and the world’s fastest wild equid and that has been a tempting characteristic for hunters. The...View Details»

Bahram's Arab Trainer Dies... 13/01/473 History
Monzir, the martial arts trainer of Bahram 5th died on Jan, 13, 473. Monzir was an Arab who taught Bahram fighting techniques died. Also known as Ba...View Details»

Yazdgerd 2. Declares War On Roman Empire... 25/03/441 History
2 years after disappearance of his father Bahram V (Goor), Yazdgerd 2 became king and on March, 25, 441 declared war on Rome because Romans were pilin...View Details»

Bahram V replaces Governor Of Armenia... 26/08/429 History
A group of Armenians leaded by a priest ask Bahram Goor to replace Ardeshir the governor of Armenia with an Armenian one. Reportedly a Christian missi...View Details»

Bahram 5. Proclaims King... 18/11/420 History
Bahram 5th also known as Bahram Goor proclaimed kingdom nine days after his father Yazdgerd was accidentally killed by a horse-kick. Bahram V was the ...View Details»