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After the king denied Jews the right to organize their own militia, Mar-Zutra took advantage of the confusion into which 's communistic attempts had plunged Persia and led a successful military revolt that achieved political independence for the Jews of Mahoza The city was then later rebuilt by the legendary Iranian king Zab, the king r
In 987, Sharaf al-Dawla captured al-Mada'in and then conquered the rest of Iraq In 628, a deadly plague hit al-Mada'in and the rest of the western part of the Sasanian Empire, which even killed Khosrau's son and successor,

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In 697, Mutarrif ibn al-Mughira was made the governor of al-Mada'in, and later in 701, Hanzala ibn al-Warrad and Ibn 'Attab ibn Warqa' were appointed as the combined governors of the metropolis.

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The Jewish state lasted seven years until 502 CE when Kavadh finally defeated Mar-Zutra and punished him with crucifixion on the bridge of
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After the foundation of Baghdad, the decline of al-Mada'in became faster, and many of the inhabitants resettled in Baghdad, while the and the were forced to move to the city
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However, the Muslims had managed to take some of troops captive, and many riches were seized from the Sasanian treasury and was given to the Muslim troops
The western side was known as Veh-Ardashir meaning "the good city of Ardashir" in , known as Mahoza by the Jews, Kokhe by the Christians, and Behrasir by the Arabs The Muslims then complained to secretary and requested for aid
In 495, during the turbulent reign of King , Mahoza as the Jews called the city was the scene of a Jewish revolt led by In 1002, they defended al-Mada'in from a counter-attack by Sharaf al-Dawla's brother and successor, r

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A very small minority of Zoroastrians also seems to have lived in the metropolis, such as the father of the , who had resettled in and married a local woman, who bore him Babak.

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In 590, a member of the , repelled the newly ascended Sasanian ruler from Iraq, and conquered the region
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809—813 , and his brother r
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Nevertheless, the patriarch founded a hospital at al-Mada'in in 790
Veh-Ardashir was populated by many wealthy Jews, and was the seat of the 902—908 further ruined al-Mada'in by digging it up for building materials to construct the in Baghdad
Harlow, UK: Pearson Education Ltd However, one year later, after the death of the Buyid supreme leader , a civil war ensured between Izz al-Dawla and his cousin, , who ruled , , and

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Abbasid period [ ] Map of Iraq and surrounding regions in the early ninth century In 750, the captured al-Mada'in and the rest of Iraq, and declared themselves as the new.

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Al-Nasir agreed to help, and had the synagogue destroyed
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Much of the population fled from al-Mada'in after
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Sasanian period [ ] Map of According to Perso-Arabic sources, Ctesiphon, the capital of the Sasanian Empire, was greatly enlarged and flourished during their rule, thus turning into a metropolis, which was known by in Arabic as al-Mada'in, and in as Mahoze