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Aži Dahāka: Also spelled Zahhāk or Dahāg, Aži Dahāka is a three-headed dragon of Zoroastrian mythology that is often considered the son of Ahriman. Later literature changed him into an evil king with two dragon heads sprouting from his shoulders

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