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karter

(ˈkɑːtə)
n
a person who drives a kart
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57) Proudly enumerating his achievements, Kartir proclaimed that, through his actions, Jews (yahud), Buddhists (saman), Hindus {brahman), Christians (kristiyan), Nazoreans (nazara), Baptists?
What is significant for our enquiry is that Kartir makes clear the association between "striking down" non-Zoroastrians and the destruction of idols.
61) It might not be wrong to suggest that Kartir gives this term a similar meaning.
73) It appears safe to assume that during the lifetime of Kartir, who was a contemporary of Mani, in Manichaeism this practice was probably nonexistent or, at most, in its infancy.
Such an interpretation implies that uzdes necessarily refers to statues and that Kartir made a theological distinction between adherents of different religions according to whether or not their religious practice was centered on the veneration of idols.
It was the latter's successor, Bahram I (274-277) who, under the influence of the chief Zoroastrian priest Kartir, turned against Mani and had him imprisoned.
39-41 for the charges brought by Kartir against Mani and Bahram's angry denunciations of Mani's lack of support for the hunt.
bar]l is the Coptic form of the name of the third-century high priest known as Kartir.
As for Yamauchi's statement that the "Zoroastrian high priest Kartir cited no Avestan text in his proclamations," I have shown that he most probably did (P.