Chapter 36 of the (one of the Pahlavi books) offers a detailed list of Persian rulers in which Alexander the Great is mentioned as ruling Persia 258 years after the time of Zoroaster.
Alexander conquered Persia in 331 BCE, so Zoroaster must have lived, if we choose to accept the veracity of this dynastic chronology, around 589 BCE.
The dates of Zoroaster are also discussed by some classical authors.
She is unable to practice, to enter the temple, or even to attend a family funeral.
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the belief was that you don't allow any non-Zoroastrians into any of our religious ceremonies, and you don't allow our children to marry outside the Zoroastrian faith." So when Rahnuma introduced Michael to her family, Jal was at a loss.
Outwardly, he initially didn't extend much of a welcome to Michael.