Beth Huzaye was a metropolitan province of the Church of the East between the 5th and 14th centuries. The metropolitans of Beth Huzaye sat at Beth Lapat (Jundishapur). The province of Beth Huzaye had a number of suffragan dioceses at different periods in its history, including Karka d’Ledan, Hormizd Ardashir, Shushter, Susa, Ispahan, Mihraganqadaq and Ram Hormizd. The diocese of Shahpur Khwast (modern Khorramabad) may also have been a suffragan diocese of the province of Beth Huzaye.
Khorramabad (Persian: خرم آباد - Khorram Abād, Luri: خورمووه - Xormuve; also Romanized as Khorramābād, Khoramabad, Khurramabad, Khorram Abad and Khur Ramābād) is a city in and capital of Lorestan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 328,544, in 75,945 families. Khorramabad is situated in the Zagros Mountains.
Shahpur Khwast in "The Banner of Kaviyan"Edit
Shahin passed through Shahpur Khwast on the quest for the Banner of Kaviyan, spending the night there. He learned from the wife of Ibn Kathir, the lord of the town, where in Ctesiphon the banner maybe hidden.