Perozdukht (also spelled Perozduxt) was a late 5th-century Sasanian princess, who was captured after the defeat and death of her father Peroz I by the forces of the Hephthalite ruler Akhshunwar in 484. Perozdukht afterwards became a member of the Hephthalite court and bore the Hephthalite king a daughter, who later married Peroz I's son Kavad I.
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