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a chief of the Iranian tribe of the Xyōns and an enemy of Kay Goštāsp, patron of Zoroaster.
Rava Azeredo da Silveira
(1910-1944), mechanical and electrical engineer, inventor, and industrialist.This Article Has Images/Tables.
Armenian term for a supernatural creature.
L. P. Elwell-Sutton
a monthly literary magazine founded in 1919.
Jes P. Asmussen
legendary figure in the myth of Ẓaḥḥāk.
one of the six great Aməša Spəntas in Zoroastrianism.
R. H. Hewsen
one of the capitals of ancient Armenia.
D. M. Lang
(or ARMAZ-TSIKHE), an important royal city of Georgia.
In the Sasanian period Armenians developed a self-awareness as Christians against the background of their earlier Iranian social and religious culture.
part of a large minority dispersed throughout the Ottoman and Persian empires and concentrated in Anatolia, Azerbaijan, in/near the city of Isfahan.This Article Has Images/Tables.