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Avestan is an Eastern Old Iranian language that was used to compose the hymns of the Zoroastrian holy book, the Avesta. Iranian languages are part of the Indo-Iranian Language group which includes the Indo-Aryan languages such as Sanskrit. The Indo-Iranian language group is the major eastern branch of the Indo-European languages.
Along with Old Persian, Avestan is one of the two Old Iranian languages of which we have evidence. The structure of the language and its sound system testifies to its status as an East Iranian language.
The Avestan language, as reflected in the Avesta, is divided into two different stages: Old Avestan and Young Avestan.
The Avesta was not written until at least the first century AD, and most likely until 4th century AD. The script used for the writing of Avesta, called Din Dabireh, during the Sassanian times (226–650 AD) was a derivative of Pahlavi script of Middle Persian. Din Dabireh is specially designed to reflect the Avestan sound system, not unlike Devanāgarī, it allows phonetic disambiguation of allophones.
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