عنوان مقاله [English]
Problem Statement: The Roman myth of Zalmoxis is one of the most enigmatic myths in the world, with little specific research on its origins in divine/historical literature. This riddle became the focus of our work, and with Soheil Enayatollah's layered causality analysis, we have delved into the texts of Mircea Eliade and personal experiences. We aimed to unveil a different manifestation for this name that should have had another outcome: Mithra/Mithraism.
Objective: We also explored the cultural interactions between Iran and Romania from an encouraging rather than promotional perspective.
Research Method: The research methodology employed is qualitative and applied, descriptive-analytical, and data collection is both library-based and field-based experimental.
Conclusion: We had no direct precedent for this; however, due to the multi-dimensional nature of our work, it addresses the separation and cultural interactions with the language of the soul of art. We introduced the notion that the path of the Mithraic army from Iran to the world has become crucial and ambiguous for the first time in world history.