Mazdean


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Maz´de`an


a.1.Of or pertaining to Ahura-Mazda, or Ormuzd, the beneficent deity in the Zoroastrian dualistic system; hence, Zoroastrian.
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Iranian theologian Mazdean utilizes three concepts Maya, Far and Khashtrah, expressly ruled the theology and religion and politics grafted and the political thought of the divine nature has Iranshahr (Wendy R.
Press, 19871,221-22) suggest that the structure may bear resemblance to a Mazdean monument.
I doubt the validity of 'protector'), which does not quite agree with the spelling; she points out that if that is so, then we would be dealing with a Mazdean village.
Zoroastrian or Mazdean doctrine from the period during which the Standard or Young Avestan ritualistic texts began to be orally composed (linguistically contemporary to Old Persian of the sixth to fourth centuries B.