The Simurgh is an avian Fae and the symbol of divinity and wisdom.
The Simurgh was said to have raised an abandoned child to be a brilliant man, gaining his intelligence from the consumption of its eggs. The use of Simurgh eggs is strictly prohibited under Fae law and those who break the law are punished.
Simurgh, also known as Angha, is the modern Persian name for a benevolent, mythical flying creature. The figure can be found in all periods of Greater Iranian art and literature, and is evident also in the iconography of medieval Armenia, the Byzantine empire, and other regions that were within the sphere of Persian cultural influence.
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