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Carrier provides no source material on Zalmoxis, other than Herodotus, and there actually is little available, other than Mircea Eliade's Zalmoxis the Vanishing God (), from which the following quotes are provided. What little we have, however, tells us that. Get this from a library! Zalmoxis, the vanishing God: comparative studies in the religions and folklore of Dacia and Eastern Europe. [Mircea Eliade]. Zalmoxis, the Vanishing God by Mircea Eliade, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(85). Zalmoxis, the Vanishing God Comparative Studies in the Religions and Folklore of Dacia and Eastern Europe by Mircea Eliade. 2 Want to read; Published October by .
At any rate, next time you’re playing darts at the bar and somebody loses an eye, raise a little toast to that Getaean god darn it, what was his name? Oh, yeah. Zalmoxis. References Eliade, Mircea. Zalmoxis, the Vanishing God, University of Chicago Press, Herodotus. The History of Herodotus. [Olympic ed.] New York: Tandy-Thomas, In one of the earliest accounts of Eastern Europe’s old gods, Herodotus (Histories Book IV, Chapters 93–96 – 5thC BCE) tells us that the Eastern, Danubian tribes of the Getae (also later known to the Romans as the Dacians – inhabiting what is now modern Romania), believed in reincarnation and worshipped a god called Zalmoxis or standard translations into English come from. Zalmoxis (em grego: Ζάλμοξις), também conhecido como Salmoxis (Σάλμοξις), Zamolxis (Ζάμολξις) ou Samolxis (Σάμολξις), era, de acordo com Heródoto,  um deus cultuado pelos getas que habitavam a região conhecida como Trácia na Antiguidade (atuais Romênia e Bulgária).Prometia imortalidade a seus devotos, e as tribos que o veneravam se comunicavam com ele. Zalmoxis, the vanishing god: comparative studies in the religions and folklore of Dacia and Eastern Europe / Mircea Eliade ; translated by Willard R. Trask University of Chicago Press Chicago Australian/Harvard Citation. Eliade, Mircea.