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Ayādgār ī Jāmāspīg : un texte eschatologique zoroastrien

Author: Domenico Agostini
Publisher: Roma : GBP, Gregorian & Biblical Press, [2013]
Series: Biblica et orientalia, 50.
Edition/Format:   Book : FrenchView all editions and formats
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"The Ayādgār ī Jāmāspīg (the Memorial of Jāmāsp) is one of the most popular Zoroastrian literary texts. In all likelihood, it was designed as a layman's encyclopedia. The text has been preserved in three manuscript traditions: Pahlavi, Pāzand and Pārsi. Based on the Pārsi manuscript tradition, the best preserved of the three, Agostini presents a new and complete philological edition of this work. This  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Texts
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Domenico Agostini
ISBN: 9788876533532 8876533532
OCLC Number: 840609005
Language Note: Includes the Pahlavi (Middle Persian) text of Ayādgār ī Jāmāspīg, in a romanized transliteration following French translation ; introduction and commentary in French.
Notes: Includes facsimile reproductions of six manuscripts (pages 303-540).
Originally presented as the author's thesis (doctoral)--University of Rome "La Sapienza" and École pratique des hautes études (France), 2008.
Includes glossaries.
Description: xviii, 540 pages : facsimiles ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
Édition philologique du Jāmāspi Pārsi --
Commentaire historico-religieux --
Annexe --
Glossaires --
Bibliographie --
Codex et colophons.
Series Title: Biblica et orientalia, 50.
Other Titles: Ayādgār ī Jāmāspīg.
Ayādgār ī Jāmāspīg.
Responsibility: Domenico Agostini.

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"The Ayādgār ī Jāmāspīg (the Memorial of Jāmāsp) is one of the most popular Zoroastrian literary texts. In all likelihood, it was designed as a layman's encyclopedia. The text has been preserved in three manuscript traditions: Pahlavi, Pāzand and Pārsi. Based on the Pārsi manuscript tradition, the best preserved of the three, Agostini presents a new and complete philological edition of this work. This rich contribution includes a commentary on the most problematic and interesting historical and religious topics that have shaped the work's narrative."-- Publisher description.

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