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Chapter II on astronomy manifests, besides nearly prehistoric views, an acquaintance with Greek and Indian science.In Henning’s words, “There is no doubt that the author of the Bundahishn knew perfectly well that the moon is nearer to the earth than the fixed stars; to say so, however, against the authority of scripture, would have branded him as a heretic.” Among the authors of the last important redaction was evidently the priest who names himself among others at the end of the “family of the mobads” (chap.Several individual chapters have been edited by various scholars: see Geldner, Götze, Henning, Mac Kenzie, Messina, Modi, Nyberg, and Zaehner.

This was written in 1597 and now lacks some 16 folios.

In 1908 TD2 was published in facsimile, despite its relative lateness and inaccuracy, as providing the more complete text.

A first English translation of the , but with some additions from TD1 (particularly chapter XXXV A), was published by West in 1880.

In the same year it was also noticed that the first two folios of the imperfect codex K43, brought from Iran to Copenhagen by Westergaard in 1843, contained part of the last chapter of the Iranian was later found in the library of Dastur Hoshang Jamasp of Poona, after whom it is called DH.

A Pahlavi-Persian glossarial index of the probably grew through different redactions, but it is impossible to say even approximately at what date the first compilation was made.

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