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by Arthur Henry Bleeck,Hormusjer Cam Muncherjee Hormusjer Cama,Muncherjee Hormusjer Cama


Стр. xviii - God, the immortality of the soul, and a future state of rewards and punishments have be,en esteemed useful engines of government. Встречается в книгах (232) с 1725 по 2008.

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Book Source: Digital Library of India Item 2015. classification: Religions Of The Indian Subcontinent d. ubject

Book Source: Digital Library of India Item 2015. author: Arthur Henry Bleeck d. ate. te: 2005-02-19 d. citation: 1864 d. dentifier. origpath: /data d. copyno: 1 d. ubject

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Arthur Henry Bleeck, Hormusjer Cam Muncherjee Hormusjer Cama (Creator). Avesta: The Religious Books of the Parsees (Paperback). Muncherjee Hormusjer Cama (Creator). ISBN: 1140495992 (ISBN13: 9781140495994). Published March 16th 2019 by Wentworth Press. Paperback, 534 pages.

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Books from the extended shelves: Bleck, Arthur Henry, 1827?-1877, trans. Avesta: the religious books of the Parsees; (Hertford, Printed for Muncherjee Hormusjee Cama by S. Austin, 1864), also trans. by Fr. Spiegel (page images at HathiTrust)

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From Professor Spiegel's German Translation of the Original Manuscripts. Text containing history and records of a race whose influence was once felt throughout the greater part of Asia, who ruled over Egypt, and who were of kindred blood with the races which peopled Europe.

Muncherjee Hormusjee Cama, 1864 - 511 sayfa. Stand, therefore, having your loins girt about with truth, and having on the breastplate of righteousness : and your feet shod with the preparation of the gospel of peace ; above all taking the shield of faith, wherewith ye shall be able to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked ‎ 1714-2008 tarihleri arasında, 1156 kitapta geçiyor. Sayfa 197 - Faith may be lost in sight ; Hope ends in fruition ; but Charity extends beyond the grave, through the boundless realms of eternity.

BLEECK, ARTHUR HENRY (1827?–1877), orientalist, was for some time in the British Museum, where his remarkable . 4. 'Avesta: the religious books of the Parsees; from Professor Spiegel's German translation of the original manuscripts, 3 vols. London, 1864, 8vo. [Athenaum, 3 Feb.

BLEECK, ARTHUR HENRY (1827?–1877), orientalist, was for some time in the British Museum, where his remarkable linguistic capacity rendered him very useful. He afterwards went out to the East during the Crimean war, and until the conclusion of peace held a post in connection with the land transport corps at Sinope. T. C.

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Avesta: The Religious Books of the Parsees epub download

ISBN13: 978-1140495994

ISBN: 1140495992

Author: Arthur Henry Bleeck,Hormusjer Cam Muncherjee Hormusjer Cama,Muncherjee Hormusjer Cama

Category: Spirituality and spirituality

Subcategory: Other Eastern Religions & Sacred Texts

Language: English

Publisher: BiblioLife (April 6, 2010)

Pages: 536 pages

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Rating: 4.5

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Jaiarton
I purchased this version of the Avesta to read and was VERY disappointed. I am not giving the Avesta two stars, just this version of it. This volume is a reprint of the 1864 original that has not been restored... the font is awkward and very small, there are even smudges on some of the words! This version was highly recommended to me, but I fail to see why. The translations are archaic, and in some places incomplete! I think I got the most very basic gist of the book, but I am sure there would have been so much more I could have gotten out of Zoroaster's wirtings if I just had a better version of the Avesta that was easier to read and translated into modern english with words that weren't still in avestan and squiggly wirting that I can't read. :'(
Jaiarton
I purchased this version of the Avesta to read and was VERY disappointed. I am not giving the Avesta two stars, just this version of it. This volume is a reprint of the 1864 original that has not been restored... the font is awkward and very small, there are even smudges on some of the words! This version was highly recommended to me, but I fail to see why. The translations are archaic, and in some places incomplete! I think I got the most very basic gist of the book, but I am sure there would have been so much more I could have gotten out of Zoroaster's wirtings if I just had a better version of the Avesta that was easier to read and translated into modern english with words that weren't still in avestan and squiggly wirting that I can't read. :'(
Gavigamand
The English is very archaic but I think it is beautiful, and fitting for such an archaic text.

The font is small and OCR'd but it was easy for me to get used to. Some parts are incomprehensible at first, but these parts are difficult to understand in other translations too, and if you mull over them enough you can make sense out of them.

This is definitely better than L.H. Mills's translation, and as far as the Gathas go it is better than average because of what appears to be a very literal interpretation, though I can't verify this becuase I don't know Avestan.
Gavigamand
The English is very archaic but I think it is beautiful, and fitting for such an archaic text.

The font is small and OCR'd but it was easy for me to get used to. Some parts are incomprehensible at first, but these parts are difficult to understand in other translations too, and if you mull over them enough you can make sense out of them.

This is definitely better than L.H. Mills's translation, and as far as the Gathas go it is better than average because of what appears to be a very literal interpretation, though I can't verify this becuase I don't know Avestan.
spark
This is the holy book of Zoroastrianism itself and it's printed here in a book that is just way too small. This book should be at least 25% bigger than it is, and the font size along with it. And forget about any increased price for doing that -- it would be worth it to have a truly readable book. Whoever designed this book went the cheap route and it's exasperating to me that I now have to return a book I am totally depressed and upset by, just to look at it.
spark
This is the holy book of Zoroastrianism itself and it's printed here in a book that is just way too small. This book should be at least 25% bigger than it is, and the font size along with it. And forget about any increased price for doing that -- it would be worth it to have a truly readable book. Whoever designed this book went the cheap route and it's exasperating to me that I now have to return a book I am totally depressed and upset by, just to look at it.
Buzatus
The font is incredibly hard to read. My Also, there were stains from food on random parts of the book.
Buzatus
The font is incredibly hard to read. My Also, there were stains from food on random parts of the book.
Dianantrius
excellent!
Dianantrius
excellent!
Ckelond
Difficult read unless you REALLY want to study Zoroastrian
Ckelond
Difficult read unless you REALLY want to study Zoroastrian
Meztisho
Avesta is the spiritual book of the ancient Persians. It has been most helpful as it is the 1st book written on an organised religion. Very well translated. If you are a student of theology, this is a must read.
Meztisho
Avesta is the spiritual book of the ancient Persians. It has been most helpful as it is the 1st book written on an organised religion. Very well translated. If you are a student of theology, this is a must read.
I had been searching for this book for my husband. Ordered one from another source and it came in in German. This is exactly what he wanted (In English!) so he was very happy with it! It was the best surprise!
I had been searching for this book for my husband. Ordered one from another source and it came in in German. This is exactly what he wanted (In English!) so he was very happy with it! It was the best surprise!