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ÊRÂN-XWARRAH-YAZDGERD (Êrân, glory of
province probably created by Yazdegerd II (438-457). The city cannot be
identified with any certainty, but it is likely that it was located in the
north of the Sasanian province of Gorgân.
Ph. Gignoux and R.
Gyselen, "Sceaux sasanides de la collection
M. I. Mochiri," in Ph. Gignoux, ed., Pad nâm î yazdân:
Etudes d'e‚pigraphie, de numismatique et d'histoire de l'Iran ancien,
Paris, 1979, pp. 108-9; 00.2, pl. 1.
R. Gyselen, La ge‚ographie administrative de l'Empire sassanide:
Les te‚moignages sigillographiques, Res Orientales 1,
Bures-sur-Yvette, 1989, pp. 47-48 and passim.
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