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Mazdak was a proto-socialist Persian philosopher who gained influence under the reign of the Sassanian king Kavadh I. He was hanged and his followers were massacred by Khosrau I, Kavadh's son.


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Mazdak was certainly a successor of Mani, because his movement was not merely social but was essentially religious.
Mazdak's ideas are a natural corollary to the state of Iran in his days, and to the condition of the masses that he had seen with his own eyes.
Mazdak was treacherously murdered and many of his closest adherents lost their lives at the same time.
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