The Treasure of the Magi: A Study of Modern Zoroastrianism

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INDEX OF PASSAGES TRANSLATED

A. GATHAS.
PAGE
Ys. 28321
28545
29422
29911
303-626
30741
30943
311-849
31234,49
31345
317-820,49
3111-1227
311847
32429
32831
321030
321430
33136
33615
34134
PAGE
Ys. 34348
34434
341122
341343
43435
437-1216f., 35
441-550
44148, 50
441116
441816
45226
45316
45738
451022
451143
461-211,48
46343
46545
461033
461137
PAGE
Ys. 461733
47 51
47122, 51
47632, 45, 51
48436
48641
48835
48943
481030
481243
49844, 48
491042
491138, 190
50648, 49
506-1149
514202
511211
53243
538-947

B. GATHA HAPTANGHAITI.
Ys. 37158
37359
Ys. 38158
39358
Ys. 40359

C. YASHTS.
11996
517-1962
823-2599
102111
1050111 f.
10105 f111
131-298
1317102
1374103
1376102 f.
1390-91116
13149103
605115

D. VENDIDAD.
947-49110
196117
19893

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