عنوان مقاله [English]
Simorgh is one of the mysterious characters of Shahnameh, which in many cases transforms the fate of the war or the hero with its own power. But despite the outstanding position of him in the epic literary and narrative scrapbooks, its evolution and performance have never been studied as a centralized work. Therefore, in this essay, we tried to examine the evolution and performance of Simorgh in three areas of pre-Islamic literature, epic literature and narratives. The results of this research indicate that, unlike Shahnameh, in the other post-Shahnameh epic poems,prose epics, narrative transcripts and Folklore literature , there are more widely used powers related to this bird such as: helping Faramarz, asking Sam for help to get rid of Argham Div, spelling the city of Eram, helping Rustam in defeating Sorkhab Div and releasing Rakhsh, helping Rustam in defeating Jabbar-Shah and retrieving the ring of Prophet Soleiman from Sakhre Div, calling on Zal to convert to Islam, predicting the defeat of Zahak, Supporting Fereydoun, designing the Kaviani flag and Feridun’s weapons, upbringing Zal, releasing Keykavous from Mazandaran, Finding Rakhsh and Informing Zal of Faramarz's Survival, Killing Esfandiar, helping Simorgh by Garshasp, Curing Rostam and birth delivery of Faramarz, Liberation Kaykhosrow, the coronation of Kayqhobad, killing Div-e Sepid, Choosing Rakhsh, victory over Sohrab, finding the way to survive Sohrab, and helping Zal to confront Borzu, Making armur of Rostam, keeping Rustam and Siavash from death.. On the other hand, regarding to the two aspects of Ahura and the demonic of Simorgh , his connection with Zervan is not impossible.
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