Silig was a 6th-century Turkic officer who served under the Sasanian king (shah) Khosrow I (r. 531–579). He is solely known from an inscribed golden signet ring from his burial site in Üç Tepe, whose Middle Persian inscription says Silig i abarzeniganbed ("Silig the commander of the guards of the royal tent").

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  • Silig was a 6th-century Turkic officer who served under the Sasanian king (shah) Khosrow I (r. 531–579). He is solely known from an inscribed golden signet ring from his burial site in Üç Tepe, whose Middle Persian inscription says Silig i abarzeniganbed ("Silig the commander of the guards of the royal tent"). (en)
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  • Silig was a 6th-century Turkic officer who served under the Sasanian king (shah) Khosrow I (r. 531–579). He is solely known from an inscribed golden signet ring from his burial site in Üç Tepe, whose Middle Persian inscription says Silig i abarzeniganbed ("Silig the commander of the guards of the royal tent"). (en)
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