By: Mir M.Hosseini
Bahram 2 (276-293), son of Bahram I proclaims the new Sassanid king. In his time Carus, the Roman Caesar attacked Iran and advanced to Tisfun but Romans retreated after he died and in 283 made an agreement that left parts of Armenia and Mesopotamia to Romans.
Hormazd the governor of Khorasan, the brother of Bahram 2 staged an uprising against him. This uprising became under control and Bahram 3 (Sakanshah) was appointed as governor of Sistan.