Abna role in political developments and social Yemen
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Abna were Yemenis with Iranian origin. During the ruling of Anushirvan(531-571.AD), one of the Mamiri’s princes took refuge in Iran, asking for assistance to recapture power in Yemen. Anushirvan sent 4000 troops to Yemen to expel Ethiopian from Yemen. This led to Hamirian taking power. Vaharz, the Iranian army officer, and his troops remained in Yemen. Their intermixing with Yemenis resulted in a new group called Abna. They had a significant role in the social and political situation in Yemen. The paper tries ti investigate to study the role of Abna in the last few years of Sassanids.
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Persian
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Scientific Journal of History Research, Volume:6 Issue:24, 2011
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