The dog in Zoroastrian religion: Vidēvdād Chapter XIII

@article{Moazami2006TheDI,
  title={The dog in Zoroastrian religion: Vidēvdād Chapter XIII},
  author={Mahnaz Moazami},
  journal={Indo-Iranian Journal},
  year={2006},
  volume={49},
  pages={127-149}
}
L'A. propose une translitteration et une traduction en anglais du chapitre XIII du Vidēvdād concernant le chien. Dans la religion zoroastrienne, le chien est une figure animale dotee de multiples fonctions sociales, et il joue un role important dans les rites lies a la mort. 

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