Kavadh I (Persian: قباد‎‎ Qobād) (c. 473 – September 13, 531) was the Sassanid king of Persia from 488 to 531. A son of Peroz I (457–484), he was crowned by the nobles in place of his deposed and blinded uncle Balash (484–488).His reign saw the uprising of Vakhtang I of Iberia, as well as the Anastasian War and the Iberian War against the Sasanids' archrival, the neighboring Byzantines.

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  • Kavadh I (Persian: قباد‎‎ Qobād) (c. 473 – September 13, 531) was the Sassanid king of Persia from 488 to 531. A son of Peroz I (457–484), he was crowned by the nobles in place of his deposed and blinded uncle Balash (484–488).His reign saw the uprising of Vakhtang I of Iberia, as well as the Anastasian War and the Iberian War against the Sasanids' archrival, the neighboring Byzantines. During Kavadh's reign, the name of the Iranian city of Derbent (دربند Darband) meaning "gateway" in modern-day Dagestan (North Caucasus), seems to have come into use, which has ever since been the name of the city since it was founded by Sasanid Iran. (en)
  • Kavadh I (Persian: قباد‎‎ Qobād) (c. 473 – September 13, 531) was the Sasanian king of Persia from 488 to 531. A son of Peroz I (457–484), he was crowned by the nobles in place of his deposed and blinded uncle Balash (484–488).His reign saw the uprising of Vakhtang I of Iberia, as well as the Anastasian War and the Iberian War against the Sasanians' archrival, the neighboring Byzantines. During Kavadh's reign, the name of the Iranian city of Derbent (دربند Darband) meaning "gateway" in modern-day Dagestan (North Caucasus), seems to have come into use, which has ever since been the name of the city since it was founded by Sasanid Iran. (en)
  • Kavadh I (Middle Persian: kwʾt'‎ Kawād, Persian: قباد‎ Qobād) (c. 449 473 – September 13, 531) was the Sasanian king of Persia from 488 to 531. A son of Peroz I (457–484), he was crowned by the nobles in place of his deposed and blinded uncle Balash (484–488).His reign saw the uprising of Vakhtang I of Iberia, as well as the Anastasian War and the Iberian War against the Sasanians' archrival, the neighboring Byzantines. During Kavadh's reign, massive fortification activities were conducted in the Caucasus, including Derbent. (en)
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  • Kavadh I (Persian: قباد‎‎ Qobād) (c. 473 – September 13, 531) was the Sassanid king of Persia from 488 to 531. A son of Peroz I (457–484), he was crowned by the nobles in place of his deposed and blinded uncle Balash (484–488).His reign saw the uprising of Vakhtang I of Iberia, as well as the Anastasian War and the Iberian War against the Sasanids' archrival, the neighboring Byzantines. (en)
  • Kavadh I (Middle Persian: kwʾt'‎ Kawād, Persian: قباد‎ Qobād) (c. 449 473 – September 13, 531) was the Sasanian king of Persia from 488 to 531. A son of Peroz I (457–484), he was crowned by the nobles in place of his deposed and blinded uncle Balash (484–488).His reign saw the uprising of Vakhtang I of Iberia, as well as the Anastasian War and the Iberian War against the Sasanians' archrival, the neighboring Byzantines. (en)
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