The presocratic philosophical legacy of ancient Greece and its influence on Zoroastrian eschatology
The presocratic philosophical legacy of ancient Greece and its influence on Zoroastrian eschatology

Sayyed Toufiq Hosseini

Volume 32, Issue 29 , April 2022, , Pages 81-103

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2023.42183.1639

Abstract
  The Gathas, as Zoroaster's own compositions, contain the oldest eschatological material, describing a picture of the future with a clear vision of the victory of right over wrong. The ...  Read More
The Emergence of Arabs and the Dynamics of the Early Islamic Decades According to John Bār Penkāye
The Emergence of Arabs and the Dynamics of the Early Islamic Decades According to John Bār Penkāye

Mohammad Ahmadimanesh

Volume 31, Issue 27 , August 2021, , Pages 11-30

https://doi.org/10.22051/hph.2022.38134.1570

Abstract
  The oldest historical accounts of early Islam and the first century AH are non-Islamic and non-Arabic sources in various languages, and one of these sources is the final section of ...  Read More