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Azarmidokht (Middle Persian: Āzarmīgdukht; New Persian: آزرمی‌دخت, Āzarmīdokht) was Sasanian queen (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 91,468 page views. Her biography is available in 25 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 22 in 2019). Azarmidokht is the 7,694th most popular politician (up from 8,245th in 2019), the 199th most popular biography from Iran (down from 197th in 2019) and the 111th most popular Iranian Politician.

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Among politicians, Azarmidokht ranks 7,694 out of 15,710Before her are Robert Fico, Floris IV, Count of Holland, Hosokawa Tadaoki, Robert Jenkinson, 2nd Earl of Liverpool, Cai Yong, and Emperor Muzong of Liao. After her are Ferdinand von Bredow, Wo Ding, Grand Duke Andrei Vladimirovich of Russia, Feroze Gandhi, Alcetas I of Epirus, and Obelerio degli Antenori.

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Among people born in Iran, Azarmidokht ranks 199 out of 463Before her are Shams Pahlavi (1917), Shahrokh Shah (1734), Mandane of Media (-584), Apama (-400), Daqiqi (1000), and Fazlollah Zahedi (1897). After her are Ahmad Shamlou (1925), Lotf Ali Khan (1769), Imad ad-Din al-Isfahani (1125), Seyyed Hossein Borujerdi (1875), Gholamreza Takhti (1930), and Hossein Nasr (1933).

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Among politicians born in Iran, Azarmidokht ranks 111Before her are Sati Beg (1300), Shams Pahlavi (1917), Shahrokh Shah (1734), Mandane of Media (-584), Apama (-400), and Fazlollah Zahedi (1897). After her are Lotf Ali Khan (1769), Morteza Motahhari (1919), Abdallah ibn Tahir al-Khurasani (798), Mithridates IV of Parthia (null), Amir Kabir (1807), and Shaul Mofaz (1948).