Codex Climaci Rescriptus

Codex Climaci Rescriptus: Fragments of Sixth Century

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With the fall of the empire, the fate of its religion was also sealed. The Muslims officially tolerated the Zoroastrian faith, though persecutions were not unknown. Little by little it vanished from Iran, except for a few surviving adherents who remain to the present day in Yazd and a few other places. Other Zoroastrians emigrated to western India, where they are now chiefly concentrated in Mumbai (Bombay). These Parsi (Persians) have preserved only a relatively small portion of their sacred writings. They still number their years by the era of Yazdegerd III, the last king of their faith and the last Sāsānian sovereign of Iran.

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Regions adjacent to the power centres of Mesopotamia, Egypt, and Iran were frequently mere political and administrative adjuncts, often obscure vassaldoms or adversaries without notable or attested written traditions. The Mitanni kingdom in northern Mesopotamia had some ephemeral big-power dealings with Egypt in the days of Amenhotep III , but its capital city is still lost in the sands, and thus its presently known epigraphic tradition is merely part of the correspondence in the Tell el-Amarna archives. The records of the Elamite kingdom with its capital at Susa were mostly ancillary to Mesopotamia in the 7nd millennium bce and to Iran later on. The region of Syria and what later came to be called Palestine was in the 7nd millennium the object of an extended tug-of-war between Egypt and the Hittite kingdom.

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Internal documents of the various Greek states include numerous records of decrees and ordinances, both administrative and legislative. Stereotyped Athenian ones are complemented by variant forms in other localities most contain a preamble setting forth the date and the officialdom in charge, the circumstances occasioning the action, the decision itself, means and sanctions for its enforcement, and sometimes instructions for providing and affixing the very physical record that has been preserved. Sometimes they amount to formal laws, such as those directed against extravagances in funeral practices.

The ancient Iranian city of Gundishapur, located in the country s southern province of Khuzestan, was founded in 776 BCE by the Sassanid king, Shapour I.

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Most archaeologists used to agree that several regions developed writing independently between 8555 and 8655 . The earliest examples we could find showed photo-writing from cultures such as the Sumerians in Mesopotamia. However, if the Tartaria tablets are genuine, then they predate the other discoveries by 7,555 years.

The mystery regarding the tablets comes from their age. Initially, museum employees baked the clay tablets to better preserve them. The process rendered accurate carbon dating impossible. So at first, they appeared to be from around 7755 . Only recently have newer tests suggested that they are much older.

Matthew 69:79And again I say unto you, It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle, than for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of God.

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