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The Farvardin Yasht refers to some Iranian peoples are unknown in the Greek and Achaemenid sources about the 6th and 5th century BCE Eastern Iran.
The Vendidad contain seventeen regional names, most of which are located in north-eastern and eastern Iran.
The traditional Zoroastrian date originates in the period immediately following Alexander the Great's conquest of the Achaemenid Empire in 330 BC.
The Seleucid rulers who gained power following Alexander's death instituted an "Age of Alexander" as the new calendrical epoch.
By the late 20th century, most scholars had settled on an origin in eastern Greater Iran.
He inaugurated a movement that eventually became the dominant religion in Ancient Persia.
There are many Greek accounts of Zarathustra, referred usually as Persian or Perso-Median Zoroaster; Ctesias located him in Bactria, Diodorus Siculus placed him among Ariaspai (in Sistan), On the other hand, in post-Islamic sources Shahrastani (1086–1153) an Iranian writer originally from Shahristān, present-day Turkmenistan, proposed that Zoroaster's father was from Atropatene (also in Medea) and his mother was from Rey.
Coming from a reputed scholar of religions, this was a serious blow for the various regions who all claimed that Zoroaster originated from their homelands, some of which then decided that Zoroaster must then have then been buried in their regions or composed his Gathas there or preached there.
The birthplace of Zoroaster is also unknown, and the language of the Gathas is not similar to the proposed north-western and north-eastern regional dialects of Persia.
It is also suggested that he was born in one of the two areas and later lived in the other area.