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Then she that oft had seen the fury of her sire, Dreading what might come of his rage, nould
farther stir his ire.
Anyway, as Theodore Nould
has proved that most of judgment was against virtues and actions of the Sassanid kings in the book of Namak's God, interest's foundation and desire of nobility and clergy was Zoroastrian to increase its equality and dignity and impose their desire to People .