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Leo Joachim Frachtenberg - Allusions To Witchcraft And Other Primitve Beliefs in the Zoroastrian Literature (2.6 MB)

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The purpose of this article is to gather all the more important allusions to Sorcery and Witchcraft and other practices included in the general term magic, contained in the Zoroastrian literature", and to-present also a concise exposition of certain other primitive laeliefs prevalent among the ancient Iranians. The aim is merely to supply, for the time being, the need of a more general and exhaustive work and for that rexson, and because of limitations of space, this monograph is not ii tended to be compara,tive in its ... More >>>
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Author:      Leo Joachim Frachtenberg
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The purpose of this article is to gather all the more important allusions to Sorcery and Witchcraft and other practices included in the general term magic, contained in the Zoroastrian literature", and to-present also a concise exposition of certain other primitive laeliefs prevalent among the ancient Iranians. The aim is merely to supply, for the time being, the need of a more general and exhaustive work and for that rexson, and because of limitations of space, this monograph is not ii tended to be compara,tive in its character. Only in cases where it fissmed desirable to bring out a point more clearly, have I drawn attention to analogies among other races.