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Ormazd still carries his huge baton, and is attired in royal fashion; but otherwise his appearance is altogether new and singular.
Some further representations of Ormazd occur in the Sassanian sculptures; but Ahriman seems not to be portrayed elsewhere.
Then they proceeded joyfully onward to the presence of Ormazd, to the immortal saints, to the golden throne, to paradise.
Then, he was restoring the temples of Ormazd which his predecessor had destroyed.Expositor's Bible: Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther
Ormazd is the modern name, contracted from the ancient Ahura Mazda.
- Zoroastrianism the creative deity, embodiment of good and opponent of AhrimanAlso called: Ahura Mazda
from Persian, from Avestan Ahura-Mazda, from ahura spirit + mazdā wise