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Nevertheless, both the component parts are still discernible from the name Auramazdd, since they are both declined in one passage only of an The last phase of development Inscription of Xerxes. is represented by the forms middle and modern Iranian of the name used dialects: Pahlavi in Auhar- mazd, and modern Persian Ormazd. The blending of the two words is here so complete that they do no longer bear an independent meaning in the final form. Now the essence of polytheism consists in the religion in which man exalts the different powers of individual godheads, and fixes the limit of their sphere of activity against each other.
Cfr. , pp. " Civilization of the Eastern Iranians in Ancient XXXII; eq. Times/* 46 the Gafchas about 180 times times ; Vohii-manb (also times; and the It is ; the name Mazda about 200 Valii slit em- mano) perhaps 130 of the names, of course, not so often. not the number of times that a name is mentioned, rest which enables us to the to conclude from external evidences as varied value of the different ideas exists such adislinct difference, that to place Mazda and Asha nay, even Mazda to it is ; and still there quite impossible one and the same grade, them with one another.
As a " mystery ( Yasna XXXI, 1), (Yasna XLVIII, 3), quite distinct because he himself regards it as a religion belief of the people hitherto. The from the he announces, is to him no longer a mere matter of sentiments, no longer a merely undefined presentiment and conception of the Godhead, but a matter revelation * This of spiritual perception and knowledge. for there are probably not is of great importance many in an which of so this fundaantiquity high religions of intellect, ; mental doctrine, that religion is a knowledge or learning^ * is so a science of what is true, precisely declared as in the tenets of the Gathas.