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Chitsazian A H, Nazari Estahbanati A. The Shariat-madar Hur, an Unknown Identity in the Domain of Hand-woven Rugs. goljaam. 2009; 4 (11) :95-112
URL: http://goljaam.icsa.ir/article-1-405-en.html
1- Assistant professor Architecture and Arts School, Kashan University
2- MA Student Isfahan University of Arts
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In the field of Iranian hand-woven rugs, there are different regions with varied histories some of which are still unknown or neglected. Among these are the Shariat-madar Hur rugs which belong to the ancient region of "Eij" and not long ago, were considered as unique masterpieces of carpet-weaving in Fars province. Definitely, one of the essential investigations in the field of hand-woven rugs is to uncover these cultural treasures from the mysteries of time. The present study aims at introducing this unknown identity with all of its features including designs and concepts hidden in its symbolic ornaments. By using field and library research methods, this paper tries to bring the potentials of the inventive and anonymous weavers of this particular type of rugs to the attention of the researchers and admirers of Iranian rugs. The revealed facts in this study can contribute to an increase in the required information in researching about and planning Iranian carpets. Furthermore, this original study prevents the information regarding this rug from disappearing and contributes to the revival of this type of rug in the region of Eij and Estahban.
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Received: 2018/02/25 | Accepted: 2018/02/25 | Published: 2018/02/25

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