Persian - A hero-king. Son of Vivahvant. Brother of Yima. His exploits are recorded in the Shah Name. He is said to have taught his people the arts of agriculture and spinning wool. He overcame Angra Mainyu but the angry god turned on Tahmurath, who was riding on his back, and ate him. Occasionally known as Tahmurath, Takhma Urupi or Takhma Urupi.

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