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Toomajnia J, Tavoossi M. The “Tree of Life” Pattern in Turkmen Rugs (With an Emphasis on Tree Patterns in the Islamic Culture and Ancient Civilizations). goljaam. 2007; 2 (4 and 5) :11-24
URL: http://goljaam.icsa.ir/article-1-357-en.html
1- Student of Art studies, Tarbiat Moddaress University
2- Head of the Art studies Group, Tarbiat Moddaress University
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In Islam the “Tree of Life” is named as Sedreh or Tuba and the followers of Islam believe that this tree is grown in Heaven; therefore it is an interesting subject for artistic innovative. In Turkmen terminology “tree of life” is called “Yashaish bagh”. In this study we have made an effort to evaluate the symbol of the Tree and the “Tree of Life”, with reference to the shapes of the “Tree of Life” in the ancient civilizations and compare this shapes with the patterns present in the Turkmen rugs and hand – woven pieces; and to study the hypothesis that the name “Tree of Life” could be assigned to these patterns. The carried out comparisons show that Tree and “Tree of Life” designs in Turkment carpets patterns are similar to Islamic and ancient patterns.
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Received: 2018/02/23 | Accepted: 2018/02/23 | Published: 2018/02/23

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