The hymns of Zoroaster usually called the Gathas : for the first time discovered to be duplicate biographies personal and priestly, the hymns themselves for the first time made entirely accessible by transliterated text, translation, dictionary and grammar, introductory tables, analysis, higher and Biblical criticism, revealment of Zoroaster's sociological significance, origin of the Zoroastrian pantheon, also a small concordance yet unprinted (ready to print when means are supplied) /

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The hymns of Zoroaster usually called the Gathas : for the first time discovered to be duplicate biographies personal and priestly, the hymns themselves for the first time made entirely accessible by transliterated text, translation, dictionary and grammar, introductory tables, analysis, higher and Biblical criticism, revealment of Zoroaster's sociological significance, origin of the Zoroastrian pantheon, also a small concordance yet unprinted (ready to print when means are supplied) /. c1914. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/005777003. (Accessed December 12, 2018.)
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(c1914) The hymns of Zoroaster usually called the Gathas : for the first time discovered to be duplicate biographies personal and priestly, the hymns themselves for the first time made entirely accessible by transliterated text, translation, dictionary and grammar, introductory tables, analysis, higher and Biblical criticism, revealment of Zoroaster's sociological significance, origin of the Zoroastrian pantheon, also a small concordance yet unprinted (ready to print when means are supplied) /. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/005777003
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