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Considerations for compiling the Middle Persian numeral system and its reflection in New Persian
Ebrahim Vasheghani Farahani
Payame Noor University , vasheghani1353@pnu.ac.ir
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The numbering system is one of the most important and challenging components of inline systems. This challenge is two-dimensional and is not simply written in numbers. The challenge of number writing, on the one hand, comes back to the nature of numbers and their existence in each language, which itself is the result of the different attitude of each lineage to existence, and the second dimension of the challenge of number writing is related to the way of writing numerical entities in each language. Therefore, even though numerology is a phenomenon in the field of writing or writing, it cannot be considered a purely linear phenomenon, but to describe the numerology system, it is necessary to pay attention to the type of attitude and vision of people and nations towards existence and especially the mythological foundations of the vision of each nation. to be Middle Persian is no exception to this approach, and one of the neglected requirements to answer the ambiguities of the Middle Persian numeration system is the same attention to qualitative matters, especially the mythological beliefs of Iranians. In this article, in continuation of the valuable efforts that have been made so far to compile and describe the Middle Persian numeral system, other considerations about this system are proposed, and the answers to some uncertainties still existing in the Middle Persian numeral system are discussed during these considerations. Also, some of the remnants and reflections of this system are tracked in the New Persian language and script, which on the one hand helps to compile the Middle Persian numeral system and on the other hand, facilitates the understanding of New Persian words and texts. The findings of the article show that it is possible to describe the Middle Persian numerology system, and in this work, taking help from the mythological foundations of Iranian thought is a way-opener and important, of course, this article ultimately does not mean the formulation of the Middle Persian numerology system, and further, considerations and There are suggestions for developing this system.
Keywords: number, number writing system, Sasanian Pahlavi, Middle Persian, New Persian, mythology.
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
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