Pahlavi Texts, Part III (SBE24), E.W. West, tr. , at sacred-texts.com
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1. For the division into chapters the translator is responsible, but the sections are divided according to the alternating Pâzand-Sanskrit text of Nêryôsang.
2-6. (The same as on page 2.)
7. The manuscripts mentioned are:
AK (probably written A.D. 1568) Pâz.-Sans., belonging to Dastûr Hôshangji Jâmâspji of Poona; it is now defective, and contains only Chaps. I, 16-XI, 145, but this translation is based upon its text so far as it extends.
BM a modern fragment, Pahl.-Pers., in the British Museum (additional Oriental MS. No. 22,378), containing Chap. I, 1-31.
JE (written A.D. 1842, by Jamshedji Edalji) Pâz.-Sans., belonging to Dastûr Hôshangji and as complete as this translation, the latter half of which is based upon its text.
JJ (written A.D. 1768, by Jamshedji Jâmâsp Âsâ) Pâz.-Sans., belonging to Dastûr Khurshedji Jamshedji of Nâwsârî, and as complete as this translation.
K28 (about 150 years old) Pahl.-Pâz.-Sans., No. 28 in the University Library at Kopenhagen; it is now defective, but contains Chaps. I, 1-11, 8; III, 1-25; III, 36-IV, 106; VIII, 103 IX, 16; IX, 30-X, 13; X, 71-XI, 28; XI, 55-61.
L15 (written about A.D. 1737) Pahlavi, No. 15 in the India Office Library at London. It contains Chaps. I, 4-V, 71.
L23 (written by the same hand) Pâzand, No. 23 in the same library; containing Chaps. I, 34-VIII, 23.
MH19 (about 150 years old) Pâz.-Gug., No. 19 of the Haug Collection in the State Library at Munich. It contains Chaps. I, 1-XI, 201.
PB3 (more than a century old) Pâz.-Sans., No. 3 of the Burnouf Collection in the National Library at Paris. It contains Chaps. I, 5-X, 66.
R (modern) Pahl.-Pâz.-Sans.-Pers., formerly belonging to Mr. Romer, and now partly in the India Office Library at London, and partly in No. 10 of the Müller Collection in the State Library at Munich. It contains Chaps. I, 25-V, 57.