BSOAS

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BSOASBulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies
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(57.) Boyce ("On Mithra's Part in Zoroastrianism," BSOAS 32 [1969]: 10-34 [18-19]) referred to the "nature of the Gathas, and of the Indo-Iranian tradition of sacred hymns in which they were composed.
van Bladel, "Heavenly Cords and Prophetic Authority in the Quran and Its Late Antique Context," BSOAS 70 (2007): 223-47.
(31.) See also Boyce and Kotwal, "Zoroastrian baj and dron-I," BSOAS 34.1 (1971): 64; R.
Muller-Kessler, "More on Puzzling Words and Spellings in Aramaic Incantation Bowls and Related Texts," BSOAS 75 (2012): 6.
[??] does not have the meaning 'shofars', but 'bans'; see Muller-Kessler BSOAS 2012: 26.
Like Jamison's study of the evidence afforded by the Niya Documents (BSOAS 63 [2000]: 64-80), Oguibenine's indicates that the distribution of instrumental patterning versus nominative-accusative patterning is far from random: instrumental patterning is favored above all in subordinate clauses of complex sentences, but some of the variation also appears to be conditioned by wider discourse-related factors.
Gudrun Buhnemann explicitly recommended the volume to the Indian readership: "This fascinating study [is] deserving of much attention, especially from scholars in India" (BSOAS 61 [1998]: 409).
Tritton, "Notes on the Muslim System of Pensions," BSOAS 16.1 (1954): 170-72.
Arberry discovered a manuscript, copied in 1222, of its last four books in the Qarawiyyin library in Fez in 1951 and published his findings (BSOAS 17 [1955]: 1-9).