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The Sacred Books of the East: Volume 4. The Zend-Avesta. Part 1 by Zoroaster1
The Sacred Books of the East: Volume 23. The Zend-Avesta. Part 2 by Friedrich Max Müller2
The Sacred Books of the East: Volume 31. The Zend-Avesta. Part 3 by Friedrich Max Müller3

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  3. The Zend Avesta of Zarathustra by Edmond S. Bordeaux (1984)
  4. The Sacred Books of the East: Volume 35. The Questions of King Milinda by Friedrich Max Müller (1963)
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  14. The Zoroastrian Faith: Tradition and Modern Research by S.A. Nigosian (1993)
  15. The Legacy Of Zarathustra: An Introduction to the Religion, History and Culture of Zarathushtis (Zorastrians) by Roshan Rivetna

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