Upon the groovy year of 629 A.D. Shahrbaraz was crowned king of the Sasanian Empire.


When he was on the throne from Ardsahir III just forty days after he ascended the throne he was killed by Sasanian nobles. Furthermore, he was noted to be important in the Byzantine-Sasanian war of 602 A.D. until 628 A.D. the events that followed afterwards, The name of Sharbaraz Meant “the boar of the empire,” which goes in hand with a military and war-like person.