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Seyyed Amir jahadi, Ali Jahanshahi Afshar,
Volume 3, Number 5 (Journals of Epic Literature, Vol. 3, No. 5, Spring & Summer 2016 2016)
Abstract

Ever since the creation of the continuous progress of human civilization has stepped forward, thanks to the efforts of the modern civilized society, people, wisely, individually, collectively, or randomly, and through trial and error route of human civilization, have brought a new life and so the cornerstone of the ancient communities were founded. In historical patterns, the first civilization of learners and practices among communities often shaped basic but important mythological narratives and epics. This is mostly due to the efforts of the first king of the gods or the origin of the measures or a fortiori of force. It is of course the positive and negative aspects of the supernatural which have been transformed.
In the mythology of the early teachings and practices of human civilization in the presence of kings and of the ideal and the Kings such as Mashya and Mashyana, Siamak, Tahmores, Hooshang and Jamshid and Fereydoon. This study focused on three factors of sources, learners, and deeds of civilization to know about the issues raised. The sources of the civilization, based on the Shahnameh, are personal, divine, and diabolical, and come from the legislators as high people in the guise of the king-gods, which pushed civilization forward. This descriptive and analytical study is based on the written sources.



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