Anahita

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Estátua de Anahita em Maragha.

Anahita é uma forma persa antiga do nome de uma deusa iraniana chamada Aredvi Sura Anahita (Arədvī Sūrā Anāhitā); a Língua avéstica nome de uma figura cósmica Indo-Iraniana venerada como a divindade das "Águas" (Aban) e assim associada à fertilidade, cura e sabedoria. Aredvi Sura Anahita é Ardwisur Anahid ou Nahid no Persa Médio e Persa Moderno, Anahit em Arménio.[1] Um altar icónico de culto de Aredvi Sura Anahita, foi – junto com outros altares de culto – "introduzido aparentemente no século 4 aC e durou até ser suprimido no acordar de um movimento iconoclasta sob os Sassânidas."[2]

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  1. Erro de citação: Tag <ref> inválida; não foi fornecido texto para as refs chamadas Boyce_1983_1003
  2. Boyce 1975b, p. 454.
  3. Widengren 1965, p. 19

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