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Hormuz Iii.

16. HORMUZ, or HORMISDAS III., and 17. FIROES, or PEROSES (Περόξης, Περόσης, or Περοσίτης), sons of the preceding, claimed the succession, and rose in arms against each other. Peroses gained the throne by the assistance of the White Huns, against whom he turned his sword in after years. He perished in a great battle with them in 484, or as late as 488, together with all of his sons except Kobad, or, perhaps, only some of them. Peroses was accompanied on this expedition by an ambassador of the emperor Zeno. (Procop. Bell. Pers. 1.3-6.)

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