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Azarmidokht (Middle Persian: Āzarmīgdukht; New Persian: آزرمی‌دخت, Āzarmīdokht) was Sasanian queen regnant (banbishn) of Iran from 630 to 631. She was the daughter of king (shah) Khosrow II (r. 590–628). Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Azarmidokht has received more than 106,759 page views. Her biography is available in 28 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 25 in 2019). Azarmidokht is the 7,873rd most popular politician (down from 7,687th in 2019), the 205th most popular biography from Iran (down from 199th in 2019) and the 111th most popular Politician.

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Among politicians, Azarmidokht ranks 7,873 out of 15,577Before her are Sevar of Bulgaria, Charles Dupuy, Chiang Fang-liang, Catherine Ashton, Sigismund Rákóczi, and Princess Elisabeth, Duchess of Hohenberg. After her are Anna Vasa of Sweden, Ferdinando Gonzaga, Duke of Mantua, Mstislav of Chernigov, Vladislav I of Wallachia, Ivo Sanader, and Benjamin Mkapa.

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In Iran

Among people born in Iran, Azarmidokht ranks 205 out of 528Before her are Reza Abbasi (1565), Daqiqi (1000), Googoosh (1950), Mandane of Media (-584), Fazlollah Zahedi (1897), and Lotf Ali Khan (1769). After her are Hamdallah Mustawfi (1281), Imad ad-Din al-Isfahani (1125), Hossein Nasr (1933), Mohammad-Hossein Shahriar (1906), Nima Yooshij (1897), and Jafar Panahi (1960).

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Among politicians born in Iran, Azarmidokht ranks 111Before her are Shutruk-Nakhunte (-1300), Sati Beg (1300), Orodes III of Parthia (-100), Mandane of Media (-584), Fazlollah Zahedi (1897), and Lotf Ali Khan (1769). After her are Gotarzes I (-200), Amir Kabir (1807), Aga Khan I (1800), Shaul Mofaz (1948), Amir-Abbas Hoveyda (1919), and Abdallah ibn Tahir al-Khurasani (798).