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ZAND DYNASTYFigure 1. Portrait of Karim Khan Zand (© British Library Board, MS Or. 4938; Rieu, Persian Manuscripts, Supp., p. 262).
ZARUDNIĬ, NIKOLAĬ ALEKSEEVICH Figure 1. Nikolaĭ Alekseevich Zarudniĭ.
ZENDA BE GUR Figure 1. Book cover of Zenda be gur.
ZHUKOVSKIĬ, VALENTIN ALEKSEEVICHFigure 1. A portrait of Valentin Alekseevich Zhukovskiĭ.
ZIGGURATFigure 1. Tepe Sialk, view to the north, undated. Photograph by M. Schicht. After Stöllner, I, p. 205, fig. 7.
ZIGGURATFigure 2. Choga Zanbil, undated. Photograph courtesy of Georg Gerster.
ZIGGURATFigure 3. Zabil, reconstruction. Drawing by J.-H. Sixtus. After Ghirshman, 1966, p. 60, fig. 40.
ZIGGURATFigure 4. Zabil, building phase 1. Drawing by J.-H. Sixtus. After Ghirshman, 1966, p. 41, fig. 27.
ZIGGURATFigure 5. Choga Zabil, building phase 2. Drawing by J.-H. Sixtus. After Ghirshman, 1966, p. 43, fig. 29.
ZIGGURATFigure 6. , platform. Drawing by F. Hole and N. Kouchoukos. After Harper, p. 27, fig. 23.
ZIGGURATFigure 7. Tepe, terrace complexes I and II. Excavation grid by W. Kleiss, first published with wrong orientation in Negahban, plan 2. After the corrected version in Stöllner, I, p. 300, fig. 3.
ZIGGURATFigure 8. vessel, Jiroft (?), architectural decoration. After Majidzadeh, 2003, p. 71, no. 71.
ZODIACFigure 1. Illustration of the zodiac in the Bundahišn, TD1, fol. 20 v.
ZODIACFigure 2. Illustration of the zodiac in the Bundahišn, ed. and tr. M. Bahar, 1990, p. 58.
ZODIACFigure 3. horoscope of the world, after D. N. MacKenzie, "Zoroastrian Astrology in the ‘Bundahišn’," BSOAS27/3, 1964, p. 514.
ZOROASTER vi. As perceived by later ZoroastriansFigure 1. Zoroaster depicted on a wall-hanging, from a portrait of the prophet popular in the late 19th century.
ZOROASTER vi.Figure 2. Portrayal of Zarathuπtra, found in Karaka’s History of the Parsis, which depicts the prophet in the guise of one of the sculptured figures at Tāq-e Bostān.
ZOROASTRIANISM ii. Historical Review: from the Arab Conquest to Modern TimesFigure 1. A popular, 20th-century depiction of the Prophet Zarathustra on a stained glass window at the Tata Fire Temple, Bandra, India. (Copyright ©Jamsheed K. Choksy).
ZOROASTRIANISM ii. Historical Review: from the Arab Conquest to Modern TimesFigure 2. A Vidēvdād manuscript with Avestan scripture, Pahlavi liturgical sade or instructions, Farsi/New Persian headings, and Old Gujarati (written in Devanagari script) ritual sade, 1704. (Copyright ©Jamsheed K. Choksy).
ZOROASTRIANISM ii. Historical Review: from the Arab Conquest to Modern TimesFigure 3. Mobed seated in front of fire altar and ritual offerings, holding flowers, while performing a Jašan ritual, Dadar, India, 1984. He wears a padān over his mouth to avoid defiling the fire. (Copyright ©Jamsheed K. Choksy).
ZOROASTRIANISM ii. Historical Review: from the Arab Conquest to Modern TimesFigure 4. Ruins of a fire temple of the Sasanian period, at Firuzabad (q.v.), Fars Province, Iran. (Copyright ©Jamsheed K. Choksy).
ZOROASTRIANISM ii. Historical Review: from the Arab Conquest to Modern TimesFigure 5. Entrance to the precinct of the Irān Šāh fire temple, Udwada, Gujarat. (Copyright ©Jamsheed K. Choksy).
ZOROASTRIANISM ii. Historical Review: from the Arab Conquest to Modern TimesFigure 6. Ārāmgāh for Iranian Zoroastrian burials, at Kerman, Iran, built in the 20th century. (Copyright ©Jamsheed K. Choksy).
ZOROASTRIANISM ii. Historical Review: from the Arab Conquest to Modern TimesFigure 7. A mid-19th-century daḵma for exposure of the dead, at Yazd, Iran. (Copyright ©Jamsheed K. Choksy).
ZOROASTRIANISM ii. Historical Review: from the Arab Conquest to Modern TimesFigure 8. Iranian Zoroastrian wedding ceremony, officiated by Mobed Mehraban Firouzgary, Tehran, Iran, 2003. (Copyright ©Jamsheed K. Choksy).
ZOROASTRIANISM ii. Historical Review: from the Arab Conquest to Modern TimesFigure 9. Interior of the Banu Rostam Farrokh fire temple, at Kerman City, built 1924. (Copyright ©Jamsheed K. Choksy).
ZOROASTRIANISM ii. Historical Review: from the Arab Conquest to Modern TimesFigure 10. Interior of the 20th-century Arbab Rustom Guiv Darbe Mehr fire temple, at Hinsdale, Illinois, built 1983. (Copyright ©Jamsheed K. Choksy).
ZOROASTRIANISM ii. Historical Review: from the Arab Conquest to Modern TimesFigure 11. The Kusti bastan ritual of bestowing the sacred cord cord, at a Navjote initiation ceremony, performed at Karachi, Pakistan, 2003. (Copyright ©Jamsheed K. Choksy).

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