Die Endzeitvorstellungen Der Zoroastrier In Iranischen Quellen

Author: Shahrokh Raei
Publisher: Otto Harrassowitz Verlag
ISBN: 9783447061629
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Seit nahezu 200 Jahren wird die iranische bzw. zoroastrische Apokalypse erforscht. Sie ist von grosser Wichtigkeit fur die altiranische Kultur und Religion. Die Hauptquellen dieser Apokalypse sind auf Mittelpersisch niedergelegt und haben ihre endgultige Fassung im ersten islamischen Jahrhundert (9. und 10. Jh.) erhalten. Shahrokh Raeis Untersuchung fuhrt die unterschiedlichen Elemente, Motive und Ansatze, die sich in den apokalyptischen Texten finden lassen, zusammen. Die Texte werden transkribiert und ubersetzt, die relevanten apokalyptischen Begriffe werden qualitativ und quantitativ miteinander verglichen. Die Frage nach dem wechselseitigen Einfluss der iranischen Apokalypse auf die judisch-christliche ist seit langer Zeit ein wichtiges Thema der Orientforschung. Der Vergleich mittelpersischer Texte gibt hier neuen Erkenntnissen Raum. So ist es beispielsweise von grossem Interesse, dass die Weltalterlehre nur im Zand i -Wahman Yasn auftaucht, in anderen Texten aber abwesend ist. Ebenso von Bedeutung ist die ausfuhrliche Darstellung der Auferstehung, die ausschliesslich in Wizidagiha i Zadspram vorhanden ist. Mit der Bearbeitung der apokalyptischen Texte und ihrer thematischen Klassifizierung bietet Raei ein umfassendes Bild der zoroastrischen Endzeitvorstellungen.Ebook lieferbar unter www.e-cademics.de

Die Zoroastrische Zeitvorstellung

Author: Kianoosh Rezania
Publisher: Otto Harrassowitz
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Kianoosh Rezania unternimmt in seiner Studie "Die zoroastrische Zeitvorstellung" eine detaillierte Charakterisierung der Zeitkonzeptionen des Zoroastrismus. Dabei geht er uber die Untersuchung der Konzeption von Zeit in alt- und jungavestischen sowie mittelpersischen zoroastrischen Texten der historischen Entwicklung des Zoroastrismus nach. Themen wie die Schopfung der Zeit, das Verhaltnis von Zeit und Bewegung, der Ablauf der Zeit, die Zusammenhange von Zeit und Schicksal sowie Zeitordnungssysteme finden hier besondere Beachtung. Berucksichtigt wird zudem die Nebenuberlieferung uber das zoroastrische Zeitverstandnis, insbesondere die christlichen Berichte aus der Sasanidenzeit und die arabischen Zeugnisse aus der islamischen Zeit. Auf der Grundlage dieser Quellen stellt Rezania eine neue Interpretation des Zurwan-Mythos und seiner kosmogonischen Konzeption der Ewigkeit vor. In einem abschliessenden Teil wendet er sich dem seit mehr als 200 Jahren in der Forschung diskutierten Zurvanismus und dem Verhaltnis der beiden kosmogonischen Konzeptionen des Zurwan-Mythos und des Pahlavi-Schopfungmythos zu. Die aus der Analyse gewonnenen Ergebnisse erlauben es ihm, die Frage zu erhellen, ob Zurwan-Mythos und Pahlavi-Mythos zwei rivalisierende synchrone oder aber zwei asynchron miteinander in Einklang stehende kosmogonische Konzeptionen sind.

Opening The Books Of Moses

Author: Diana V. Edelman
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134945868
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Opening the Books of Moses presents an introduction to the first five books of the Bible. It is written for any student engaged in the scholarly study of these most central of biblical texts. The aim throughout is to examine the books with a view to illuminating the ideas, beliefs and experiences of the time. This broad overview provides: a survey of the current state of Pentateuchal research; an analysis of how the texts were shaped by their time and audience; an outline of Jewish areas in the Persian period; the study concludes with an analysis of key concerns in the study of the Pentateuch, notably the Torah, geography, ethnicity, the nature of Yahweh and other deities, theories of cult, treaties and oaths, and Moses himself.

Studies In Ancient Judaism And Early Christianity

Author: Pieter W. van der Horst
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9004271112
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The 24 papers in this volume cover a wide range of topics, all of them concerning the religious world of Judaism and Christianity in the Hellenistic, Roman, and early Byzantine era.

Storytelling In Chefchaouen Northern Morocco

Author: Aicha Rahmouni
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 900427913X
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In Storytelling in Chefchaouen Northern Morocco Aicha Rahmouni offers two sets of tales told by two different storytellers, and an annotated study of the oral performance.

From The Foundations To The Crenellations

Author: Mark J. Boda
Publisher: Ugarit Verlag
ISBN: 9783868350319
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"Instead of a standard Festschrift, Richard Ellis has been honored with this collection of studies on temple building. The first part explores the richness of textual evidence in Ancient Near East cultures: among others Sumerian, Babylonian, Assyrian, Elamite, Hittite, Achaemenid. The second part is devoted to various passages of the Hebrew Bible dealing with the building of temples: among others the building of the First Temple, the Chronicler's Temple Building Account, temple reform in Ezekiel and the instructions for building the tabernacle in Exodus 25ff. The volume is supplemented by an extensive collection of short descriptions of Ancient Near Eastern and Biblical Hebrew texts dealing with temple building and will thus serve as a comprehensive and useful reader"--from distributor's website.

Sound And Sense In Classical Arabic Poetry

Author: G. J. H. van Gelder
Publisher: Otto Harrassowitz
ISBN: 9783447067928
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An early 10th-century Arabic critic defined poetry formally as "metrical, rhymed, meaningful speech." There are numerous studies of classical Arabic poetry, both pre-modern and modern, that deal with the themes and motifs of poems. Many of these pay scant attention to the formal aspects that distinguish Arabic poetry from prose: metre, rhyme, and other sound patterns. Likewise, there are many treatises and monographs on these formal aspects, but often they are more concerned with theory than with actual poetic practice, and they are rarely interested in the relationships between sounds and meanings. Geert Jan van Gelder investigates these relationships in some detail, being concerned primarily with poetic practice rather than with the classical treatises on metre and rhyme. The introduction discusses what we know about the sounds of Classical Arabic verse, as far as we can tell from written sources. The chapters on metre and rhyme deal with the choices poets make and the consequences of the prosodical restraints. Relatively much attention is given to the oddities and freaks of versification. Another chapter illustrates the various sound patterns devised by poets to shape the verse. Sound and sense often clearly or subtly interact, although it is not claimed that they are always closely related. All Arabic examples and quotations are given in transliteration and are accompanied by translations; furthermore, introductions to Arabic prosody and phonology are provided in appendices.

God And Sheikh Adi Are Perfect

Author: Philip G. Kreyenbroek
Publisher: Otto Harrassowitz Verlag
ISBN: 9783447053006
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Until the late 20th century the West was unaware of the existence of an extensive corpus of Yezidi religious texts. These were traditionally transmitted orally, and were kept secret from outsiders. It was not until the 1970s that a few Yezidi intellectuals began to commit these texts to writing. These first publications included only specimens of the most prestigious genres, which for a time were thought to be representative of Yezidi religious literature as a whole. It was later discovered, however, that this literature was far richer. Furthermore it became clear that an understanding of Yezidi oral culture as a whole was indispensable for a proper understanding of the religious texts.The present work offers the reader a representative selection of the main genres of Yezidi religious texts, with translation and commentary. The texts are intended, moreover, to cover the topics most often addressed in the Yezidi religious tradition.The first introductory chapter aims to introduce the reader to the Yezidi community's history, aspects of its religion, and its social structures and institutions. The next chapter focuses on some of the implications of the oral transmission of this literature and on its contents, especially the sacred history of Yezidism. The third chapter discusses aspects of orality and the transition to written culture, questions of performance and reception, and the formal characteristics of the various types of texts.

A Zoroastrian Liturgy

Author: Almut Hintze
Publisher: Otto Harrassowitz Verlag
ISBN: 9783447056656
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This volume offers an edition and translation of the Avestantext of the Yasna Haptanghaiti (YH), together with an introduction, commentary and dictionary. The commentary surveysand summarizes the scholarly debate about individualAvestan words and expressions, while the introduction offersan analysis of the composition of the YH.Table of contents: I. Introduction1. The position of the Yasna Haptanghaiti in the Yasna2. The poetic form of the Yasna Haptanghaiti3. The composition of the Yasna Haptanghaiti4. The Yasna Haptanghaiti as an example of Indo-Europeanliturgical poetry5. The manuscripts of the Yasna Haptanghaiti6. Arrangement of the present editionII. Text and Translation Yasna 35, Yasna 36, Yasna 37, Yasna 38, Yasna 39, Yasna 40, Yasna 41III. Edition and CommentaryIV. DictionaryV. ReferencesVI. AbbreviationsVII. IndicesIndex of WordsIndex of PassagesIndex of Names and Subje