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Inhaltsangabe: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1872 Excerpt: ...courtiers and priests; the last, who had special charge of the archives, would naturally attempt to save their treasures, and would certainly be opposed by the intoxicated Greeks, at the cost of many lives. The religious books would be burnt with the archives, in which they were deposited, and many Persians, priests and others, would lose their lives in the confusion; upholders of the religion 1, and the competent and wise of the country of Iran. 10 And he cast hatred and strife, one with the other, amongst the nobles and householders of the country of Iran; 11 and self-destroyed, he fled to hell2. 12 And after that, there were confusion and contention among i the people of the country of Iran, one with the other. 13 And so they had no lord, nor ruler, nor chieftain, nor destur who was acquainted with the religion, 14 and they were doubtful in regard to God; 15 and religions of many kinds, and different fashions of belief, and such would be the natural consequences of the facts mentioned by the western writers, and such are the statements made by the eastern writer in our text. 1 These names refer to the various grades of the Zproastrian priesthood. The destur (Pahl. dastdbar) is the highpriest, and is compared by the Parsis to the bishop in Christian churches. The word does not occur in the Zand-avesta, and is probably not Zand, but Persian, meaning 'one who wields power', and is also used, in Persian, to signify a minister of state; the ancient form was, no doubt, dastobara. In the Zand-avesta, the dignity of a destur, that is, of a spiritual head and guide, is expressed by the term zarathushtra (see Tasna XIX. 18., and my Essay 'fiber die Ahuna-vairya Formel' in the Sitzungsberichte der phil.-phil. und hist. Classe der K. bay. Akad. der "Wiss. 1872,...

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Buchbeschreibung RareBooksClub. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 64 pages. Dimensions: 9.4in. x 7.2in. x 0.4in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1872 Excerpt: . . . courtiers and priests; the last, who had special charge of the archives, would naturally attempt to save their treasures, and would certainly be opposed by the intoxicated Greeks, at the cost of many lives. The religious books would be burnt with the archives, in which they were deposited, and many Persians, priests and others, would lose their lives in the confusion; upholders of the religion 1, and the competent and wise of the country of Iran. 10 And he cast hatred and strife, one with the other, amongst the nobles and householders of the country of Iran; 11 and self-destroyed, he fled to hell2. 12 And after that, there were confusion and contention among i the people of the country of Iran, one with the other. 13 And so they had no lord, nor ruler, nor chieftain, nor destur who was acquainted with the religion, 14 and they were doubtful in regard to God; 15 and religions of many kinds, and different fashions of belief, and such would be the natural consequences of the facts mentioned by the western writers, and such are the statements made by the eastern writer in our text. 1 These names refer to the various grades of the Zproastrian priesthood. The destur (Pahl. dastdbar) is the highpriest, and is compared by the Parsis to the bishop in Christian churches. The word does not occur in the Zand-avesta, and is probably not Zand, but Persian, meaning one who wields power, and is also used, in Persian, to signify a minister of state; the ancient form was, no doubt, dastobara. In the Zand-avesta, the dignity of a destur, that is, of a spiritual head and guide, is expressed by the term zarathushtra (see Tasna XIX. 18. , and my Essay fiber die Ahuna-vairya Formel in the Sitzungsberichte der phil. -phil. und hist. Classe der K. bay. Akad. der Wiss. 1872, . . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9781130930610

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