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Harvard Iranian Series 5

Zoroastrianism in Armenia

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$39.95 • £31.95 • €36.00

ISBN 9780674968509

Publication Date: 02/16/1988


600 pages

6 x 9 inches

5 halftones3 maps

Harvard Iranian Series


Related Subjects

  • Acknowledgements
  • Preface
  • Introduction
  • 1. The Armenian Ethnogenesis
  • 2. Armenia from the Median Conquest to the Rise of the Artaxiads
  • 3. Artaxiad Armenia
  • 4. Armenia under the Parthians and Sasanians
  • 5. Aramazd
  • 6. Vahagn
  • 7. Anahit and Nanē
  • 8. Mihr
  • 9. Tir
  • 10. Spandaramet-sandaranet
  • 11. Torkc
  • 12. Hawrot and Mawrot
  • 13. Captive Powers
  • 14. Evil Spirits and Creatures
  • 15. The Fire-cult
  • 16. Children of the Sun
  • Abbreviations of Terms and of Works Frequently Cited
  • Transliterations
  • Select Bibliography
  • Maps
  • Index

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