qBoyce is a, perhaps the, world authority on Zoroastrianism. . . . Prefaced by a 27-page introduction, this anthology contains selections which offer a complete picture of Zoroastrian belief, worship and practice. There are historical texts from the sixth century B.C. onwards, and extracts from modern Zoroastrian writings representing traditionalism, occultism and reformist opinion. Anyone wishing to know more about this 'least well known of the world religions' should sample these selections.qaThe Methodist Church qWide-ranging. . . . An indispensable one-volume collection of primary materials.qaWilliam R. Darrow, Religious Studies ReviewOn the alternating use of a#39;Thoua#39; and a#39;Youa#39; in addressing A hur a Mazda see 1.3. 2.1. The archaic a#39;Thoua#39; ... Verse 16, without the opening formula, forms part of the a#39;Kemna Mazdaa#39;, see 3.5.1. (3) This I ask Thee, tell me truly, Lord. Who in theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Textual Sources for the Study of Zoroastrianism|
|Publisher||:||University of Chicago Press - 1990-10-15|