Ahura Mazda by GalaVadim
Clear

1992
Oil paint on the cardboard
46X33 cm
Ahura Mazda The ‘wise lord’, the supreme god of the ancient Iranian religion, whose cult was propagated by the legendary prophet Zarathustra (7th century–6th century bc) as the one uncreated Creator. Ahura Mazda was frequently named Zeus by the Greeks; Aristotle refers to Zeus-Oromasdes being opposed by Hades-Aremainius.


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