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 Übersetzung für 'Zoroastrian calendar' von Englisch nach Deutsch
Zoroastrian calendarzoroastrischer Kalender {m}
Teiltreffer
relig.
Zoroastrian {adj}
zoroastrisch
relig.
Zoroastrian
Zoroastrier {m}
calendarJahrweiser {m} [veraltend]
calendarZeitrechnung {f}
39
calendarKalender {m}
2599
calendarKalendarium {n}
Hebrew calendarjüdischer Kalender {m}
archaeo.astron.hist.
Maya calendar
Maya-Kalender {m}
calendar mottoKalenderspruch {m}
festival calendarFestkalender {m}
relig.
ecclesiastical calendar
Kirchenkalender {m}
relig.
liturgical calendar
Liturgiekalender {m}
stellar calendarSternenkalender {m}
Chinese calendarchinesischer Kalender {m}
Easter calendarOsterkalender {m}
lit.
calendar story
Kalendergeschichte {f}
Muslim calendarislamische Zeitrechnung {f}
Jewish calendarjüdischer Kalender {m}
Jewish calendarjüdische Zeitrechnung {f}
Muslim calendarislamischer Kalender {m}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • In the Iranian civil calendar, which inherits its month names from the Zoroastrian calendar, the 4th month is likewise named Tir.
  • In the Zoroastrian calendar instituted during the late Achaemenid era (648–330 BCE), the twentieth day of the month is dedicated to Bahram ("Siroza" 1.20).
  • The 27th day of the Zoroastrian calendar is dedicated to him.
  • In the Zoroastrian calendar, the tenth day of the month is dedicated to the (divinity of) waters ("Siroza" 1.10), under whose protection that day then lies.
  • Boyce (1982) suggests that "Dahman" may once have had a dedication of the twenty-third day of the month of the Zoroastrian calendar, but was displaced when three additional days were assigned to Ahura Mazda.

  • Vanant has no calendrical dedication (see Zoroastrian calendar), but is invoked together with the other astral divinities on the second and third days of the month.
  • In the day-name dedications of the Zoroastrian calendar, the "fravashi"s preside over the 19th day of the month and the first month of the year, and both are named after the "fraward"s.
  • The 18th day of every month in the Zoroastrian calendar is dedicated to Rashnu. The "Counsels of Adarbad Mahraspandan", a Sassanid-era text, notes that on the 18th day "life is merry".
  • "Haoma" is the only divinity with a "Yasht" who is not also represented by a day-name dedication in the Zoroastrian calendar.
  • In the day-name dedications of the Zoroastrian calendar, the seventeenth day of the month is dedicated to Sraosha.

  • The Zoroastrian calendar also operated with regnal years following the reform of Ardashir I in 3rd century.
  • (cf. Zoroastrian calendar). The "Siroza" exists in two forms, the shorter ("little "Siroza") is a brief enumeration of the divinities with their epithets in the genitive.
  • In the Zoroastrian calendar, the second day of each month as well as the eleventh month of each year are dedicated to Vohu Manah.
  • Even in present-day Zoroastrianism, the term is frequently used to refer to the thirty-three divinities that have either a day-name dedication in the Zoroastrian calendar or that have a "Yasht" dedicated to them (or both).
  • The Zoroastrian calendar follows the Babylonian in relating the 7th, 14th, 21st, and 28th of the month to Ahura Mazda.

  • During the Sassanid period, the Zoroastrian calendar was reformed, image-use in worship was banned, Fire Temples were increasingly built, and intolerance towards other faiths prevailed.
  • This includes the calendar of the Persian Empire, which in turn gave rise to the Zoroastrian calendar as well as the Hebrew calendar.
  • The earliest Zoroastrian calendar (also misleadingly called "Avestan calendar" [...]) follows the Babylonian in relating the seventh and other days of the month to Ahura Mazda.
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